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Old 10-17-2004, 10:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I want to lower the front of my car. I like how the car stands now, except the front is a little too high. I want it about an inch lower. Plus my bilstein shocks are preaty stiff, and I dont want it any stiffer with lowering springs. I'm having trouble finding springs just for the front though. Does anyone know where I can find some. What about front M3 springs or maybe cut my current springs.

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Old 10-17-2004, 10:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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i have a set, lowers appros 1.75inches. ill sell them for $50 plus shipping?!?
think they are bilistiens, made in germany, blue, came w/the car, but i replaced all of them w/new ones so they are just sitting.... used them for a week or so, they are a really nice ride!

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sorry, i meant to type eibach for the springs.
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Old 10-18-2004, 07:30 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Dont cut the springs - buy a new set - it is difficult to cut them exactly the same size
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oppz... I found a forum on this same topic.. seems like I should lower all of my car, not just front or rear. But thanks anyways
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this might be getting a little off topic but while we are on springs any one lower their car with out a camber correction kit? if so did you find extreme camber wear. plus another addition did any one encounter any problems (clearance) of their car because I was thinking about Konis and Eibachs but afraid of the camber and clearance
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You can contact my buddy vince, vincentwashere. He has a lowered 325is with out any correction kits and his car is fine. He has the bav-auto springs.
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