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Old 01-06-2006, 03:06   #1 (permalink)
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just put king springs super lows on my au fairmont ghia it still looks the same.Does it take a while for it to go down a bit.As i have never lowered a car before.
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Old 01-06-2006, 22:49   #2 (permalink)
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Re: king springs super low

it does take a while for the springs to set in but there should be a visible difference straight away, especially with superlows.
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Hey,

I have an EB, and lowered it with Super Lows, and noticed a difference straight away, but did not think it was low enough, I changed them for Super Super Lows (Ultra Lows).
Did you get shortened struts as well? That might be your problem. The struts might not let the spring compress the whole way.
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it does take a while for the springs to set in but there should be a visible difference straight away, especially with superlows.
Thanks EA falcon man
the car is going down ,it must have taken just a bit longer to settle in.
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Hey,

I have an EB, and lowered it with Super Lows, and noticed a difference straight away, but did not think it was low enough, I changed them for Super Super Lows (Ultra Lows).
Did you get shortened struts as well? That might be your problem. The struts might not let the spring compress the whole way.
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Hi Thanks XR struts are going to be next spoke to hightek brakes ,gave me a good price so think i will be going to them.Next problem i have is the car has come down a fair way in a week now the tyres are hitting the guards,not to bad but i can see they have bent the lip up on the inside.Bummer
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just put king springs super lows on my au fairmont ghia it still looks the same.Does it take a while for it to go down a bit.As i have never lowered a car before.
Hi champ, your car should "settle in" in the next few weeks and will come down 10 mill or so.
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