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I like the stance in front with the springs and the lack of hastle of the sportline camber problems, but the arse end is still a bit to high for me. Is there a way to lower/adjust the ride hight of the rear end only without cuting the springs? will different shocks effect the ride hight at all?
 

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Roush springs will lower by 1" and you can buy just the rears. You should PM Stoenr. Think he's got a set for sale.
 

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Eibach states that their pro kit loweres 1.4 inch in front and 1.3 in back. The sportline goes up to 1.6 in front and 2.0 in back. I am afraid if I use the rear sportlines, I will have that "taking off look" but I would be happy with a rear spring that dropped about 1.6 or 1.8 inch. If I bought stoner's springs, I think it would get higher not lower.
 

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Eibach states that their pro kit loweres 1.4 inch in front and 1.3 in back. The sportline goes up to 1.6 in front and 2.0 in back. I am afraid if I use the rear sportlines, I will have that "taking off look" but I would be happy with a rear spring that dropped about 1.6 or 1.8 inch. If I bought stoner's springs, I think it would get higher not lower.
Gotcha... I didn't notice that you've already got springs installed.
 
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