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    Dropped on H&R springs....

    I had them put on about 4 mo. ago...front looks nice and low...Rear, not so much. says 1.9 F /1.8 R...looks like way too much space...I was thinking of finding different springs just for the rear...or adjustable coilovers would be better...any thoughts?



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    Talk to H&R about it. It sometimes takes a bit for them to settle. Stock rear shocks would bottom on big bumps, with lowered springs, unless the bump stop was trimmed.
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    Thanks...it's been 6 months since I did it... :-(

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    do you have nivomat rear shocks?

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    ummmmm....maybe? lol... i'm guessing it will say it on the side or something?

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    Do you think some regular shocks would allow it to drop more?

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    I’m pretty sure there will be a sticker with the name “Sachs” on it. They also have a distinct look to them, not like a regular shock. If you have them then there’s no settling. They’re a load levelling shock and you’ll have to get something else.


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    Yep...Nivomat shocks....I had them changed and Maggie is low in the rear...lol
    Thanks all for the help.
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