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do lowering springs need time to get the full drop?

I put Ford Racing springs in which is supposed to lower it 1.5 inches.......do they need some time to fully get the 1.5 inch drop? I measured before and after and after it only dropped it 3/4 inch.


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Yes, I don't have the Ford springs but the Eibach Pro's took a few weeks to settle in.


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Yes,my Eibach Sportlines took one month to fully settle.
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