I have sq-2 with 265/35/22. I tires rub fender when driving fast over little dips or over small bridges on highway. Around 70 mphturbohips said:I would like to know if anyone who already has the Eiabach is 1.6" drop experiences trouble scraping on everything?
I just had the Eibachs installed today. Although I wouldn't quite say mine looks like a cat ready to spray, I would like the back down a bit more. The back still rides about 1" higher than the front. Not sure what Eibach was thinking with this...503 motoring said:I can tell you this, I am not going to experience any scraping. We installed the 1.6 Eibach drop springs and followed all the directions by cutting the bump stops located in the rear shocks. We also loosened the rear supension and let the cars weight sit on the springs then tightened it all up. Our project still looks liek a cat getting ready to spray.....any ideas
Hi Ted,[email protected] said:Lowering springs are not going to change the wheel specs any. The dreaded knuckle bolt is fixed, so its position will not be affected by lowering springs. Lowering springs will give you a slightly harder ride, less body roll in corners, and of course less ground clearence.