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Old 05-08-2003, 19:39   #1 (permalink)
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What springs for EB wagon??!

Hey boys,

I have just fit a pair of lowering blocks to the rear of my wagon.
Its brought it down a nice 2" but now coz the front still has the standard springs, makes the rear look like its sagging. What springs should i get for the front?? I want it low looking however i still want my wagon to be practical and maintain a comfy ride. Im thinking 1-1.5" at the front. What do u guyz reckon??
If anyone has any pics of lowered wagons can u point me too them please!


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Old 05-09-2003, 02:11   #2 (permalink)
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I would have to say 1.5 would be very suitable.
I did the same thing 2" in back and 1.5 at front, looks very good. and still a practical car.
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Superlows Brent, I told you before. I should hopefully have the photos back early next week. Once u see it u'll be convinced

The only time we've scrapped in it was when my mate drove into a hole, just about everywhere I bottom out he doesn't, so going anywhere isnt a problem. And with superlows it gives the car a very agressive stance on the road. Not to mention it handles damn good.
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