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Old 10-12-2001, 18:22   #1 (permalink)
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lowered suspension for fairlane

Hey everyone, i've got a NC Fairlane Ghia and i want to get it lowered. I was wondering what everyone would recommend for the new springs and shocks.

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Without a shadow of a doubt, go for Koni shocks and King springs. With the springs, if you want to go lower, you could try either the King "Low" or "Super Low" springs. :thumbup:
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Hi,

I will second Mike's recommendation!!

koni's and Kings are the way to go!!
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I've heard good reports about Bilstein. Remember to disconnnect the self level link on the rear axle when you fit the new suspension.
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Worth having a look at the Whiteline site at: http://www.whiteline.com.au/
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