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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-21-10, 12:14 PM Thread Starter
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questions on my 1997 crown vic HELP

i was wondering if anyone knew how to lower a 97 crown vic at least a inch or so i have tried a couple of ways and failed.

also i am looking to get a push bar any for sale or know where to get one?
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Re: questions on my 1997 crown vic HELP

I have no idea on lowering them. Someone else might chime in though.

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Re: questions on my 1997 crown vic HELP

You could try lowering it the old fashioned way, smaller rims that can fit lower profile tires, it might look a little weird but I doubt you'll hurt anything, just make sure that the hub of the new rims are in the same place as the old hub(depth-wise), I understand that you can do some real damage to the wheel bearings if you're not careful with that.

Oh and make sure the new wheels fit around the stock brakes.
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