I thinkig of dropping my car 2 inch at the front and a 1 1/2 at the back. Instead of going to someone who can do it I've decided i'm going to do it myself the thing is i want know since i'm not dropping it that far. Would i only have to buy the spring or are there other stuff i have to get
you will only need springs to do what u want, generally you have 2 options, lows or superlows, i'd recommend lows if you're not wanting to change shocks.
rears are real easy, fronts are more fiddly but not overly bad.
fronts need a set of spring compressors to do it easily.
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