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That's exactly what I put on my '02 vert. Have approx 7k since the install (w/o cc plates) and no unusual wear or steering problems whatsoever. Took it it for an alignment about 750 miles after they went in and everything was within specs. The front was lowered 1.75 inches and the rear 1.5. The ride and steering response is fantastic. I've had very few problems with speed bumps and such, just slow it down on approach. Putting in Tokicos in soon though only because the stockers have reached their expected service life.


Good luck and BTW those wheels look ***tty, you're better of just sending them to me :winks
 

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I lowered mine a long time ago. I installed CC plates, aluminum offset rack bushings, along with the springs. I recently went with 18X9 Mach 1 rims with 275/35 tires. Rides really well and there are no handling/steering issues. The struts can bottom out early without CC plates that are offset upwards to compensate for the lowering.
 
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