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Old 01-12-2005, 03:33   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone had any experience with lowering clamps? They sound dodgy, but there also very cheap way to lower a car. Anyone have any idea of the damage, or wear these can cause?
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Old 01-12-2005, 15:09   #2 (permalink)
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They are dodgy. I have no experience with them, because I'm not that stupid.
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Are they anything like spring compressors?
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Yes basically that is what he is talking about.

I would not use them at all. WHile it may be cheap way to lower the car. The degredation to your suspension and how it performs can get you killed.

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All of the above...
I wouldn't dream of putting them into my car and actually driving it.
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Yea thanks for your option, any of u guys got pedders sports rider?
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Not me, I've got King Ultralows and KYB Shockers.
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Don't bother with the clamps when a set of King springs will set you back $140. I put mildly lowered heavy duty springs with Koni shocks, and they have been a treat.
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what conan said, Why risk using them - Its as bad as cutting ur springs

I have King Super Lows and Koni yellow adjustables
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do u have a pic of ur car with ultralows in it im curious to see how low they sit
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