My Rear Suspension is too low with the M3 Wheels! Would spring adjusters work?
Helpppp!!! Pleassse!!!! I just bought some new Eibach Springs for all four tires! The Springs Drop 1.5 in Front and 1 in in rears. But the rears are way too low! I am thinking about putting those coil spring adjusters that they sell at Pep Boys and Auto Zone, but I am not sure if that will mess up the springs in the rear or even the whole suspension! I have m3 tires in the back which is wider and they are starting to rub. I don't have the money to buy new Springs. Will the Coil spring adjusters work, will it not compress right?? I just need it to raise up a little more!
I know that by going to a lower suspension that you will have to adjust your fenders by rolling them and making them bigger. i know this is the case for the front but I'm not sure about the rear, hopefully some of the other guys here with more experience can add some insight to your situation.
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Why not put your factory rear springs in? That's a much better solution than putting in pepboys blocks in ... the only other solution is to get rear coilover type spring adjusters, but honestly, those wont be too much thinner than an inch, so you might as well put the stockers back in.
nice, i had m3 rims on and could not accelerate as they would squat on the tires. i had to feather the clutch to get back to the shop to take the rims off, but they were 9" wide in the rear. i now run 245 40 18 in the back on 8" rims. thanks Torque!
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