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Old 07-18-2010, 08:53 PM   #1
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Talking Looking for a lower center of gravity or a more aggressive stance?

I recommend Pfadt Lowering Springs.

Pfadt Race Engineering offers the ultimate solution for lowering your Camaro. These drop springs are engineered to provide the lowered look you want and the ride quality you demand.

With Pfadt's engineering approach and track testing, you can rest assured that these drop springs are going to last. They use only the highest quality steel and the latest manufacturing technology.

Pfadt Lowering Springs are engineered to optimize the factory damping with a 1 to 1.25 drop and increased spring rate. Lower your Camaro more than 1.25 inches and you'll find that the factory dampers no longer work properly, resulting in a bouncy ride.

Pfadt Drop Springs Feature:

  • Engineered to optimize the factory shock absorber damping
  • 1 to 1.25 inches of drop for the correct relation between looks and proper function
  • Engineering design and race testing ensures the ultimate in quality and longevity
  • Powder coated gloss silver for unbeatable looks and durability
  • Made in the USA

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