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Old 03-22-2006, 03:33   #1 (permalink)
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Lowering AU XR6 series II sedan

Just after some recommendations on what springs to use to lower my XR6. I've been told Pedders are the way to go.

The car has standard XR6 ride height atm with 17" rims. I'm thinking it needs to drop at least an 1"
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Re: Lowering AU XR6 series II sedan

get king springs lows or super lows with KYB shock absorbers. the kyb's may be a bit more expensive than other brand but they are a good shock, way better than pedders i think.
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