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Old 03-19-2018, 10:21 PM   #16  
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ur front driver should be in spec. you could have a bad bushing thats preventing it from being in spec like the pass side
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Old 03-20-2018, 04:32 AM   #17  
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Looks great man! Definitely love the way it sits with the stock rears.

A buddy of mine had the 15mm backs and 20mm fronts on his 37 and I liked the look.. So I just ran with it. 🤘
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Old 03-20-2018, 04:38 AM   #18  
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Few more pics I took. Going back in a few days for my alignment.

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Old 03-20-2018, 09:18 AM   #19  
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Nice job, look like that front gap is even w/ the back and the spacers flushed up nicely!
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if ur like me ur gonna want the front a little lower after a while lol
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if ur like me ur gonna want the front a little lower after a while lol
I already want it lower. But this setup is perfect for a dd. But I really like the way the eibachs sit.
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Old 03-23-2018, 03:31 PM   #22  
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the amount of money i wasted going from tanabe to eibach and still wanting more then going tein basis coilovers i wish i had went straight to coilovers. you dont have to slam with coilovers but having the adjustability to just set it how you want it theres no better options. springs will usually always leave you not really satisfied.
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the amount of money i wasted going from tanabe to eibach and still wanting more then going tein basis coilovers i wish i had went straight to coilovers. you dont have to slam with coilovers but having the adjustability to just set it how you want it theres no better options. springs will usually always leave you not really satisfied.
Well I love the final results of my drop currently. But I could see myself investing into coils one day. As for now though, I'm happy af
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Old 03-24-2018, 04:58 PM   #24  
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Aligned
And she's Done.

Next step is powder coating the rims and calipers.

Then motordyne exhuast .. Best quote i got so far was 1877.00 installed. 💸💸💸
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What alignment specs are you set at now? Car looks good!
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What alignment specs are you set at now? Car looks good!
I actually left the print out he gave me at the shop. But I'll post it when I get it back. No camber kit needed though 🤘
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Do the wheels sit flush front to back? Im just starting to look into spacers and would want flush if not wider stance on rear narrow front. Is your setup opposite or is there a difference from the factory that your compensating for? --either way you've got her sitting pretty!!
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