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How Low Is Too Low #11558 Apr 11, 6:56am Apr 11, 6:56am
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How Low Is Too Low
I just Got the Veilside kit for my car and 17" and both are not installed yet. I just need to know how low i should drop my car 1.5"-2". Plus, where i live i have a lot of little speed bumps! [Mad]

Re: How Low Is Too Low [Re: GT ryder] #11559 Apr 11, 8:07am Apr 11, 8:07am
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you'll know you're low when you get stuck on a speed bump and you got to call a tow truck to get you off of it.

Re: How Low Is Too Low [Re: Steven] #11560 Apr 11, 10:38am Apr 11, 10:38am
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post pics of the setup as soon as they are in! thumbsup


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Re: How Low Is Too Low [Re: Nae-Nae] #11561 Apr 11, 1:01pm Apr 11, 1:01pm
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i would say 1.5" just to be safe..plus you dont wanna scrape your new body kit

Re: How Low Is Too Low [Re: dondiemand] #11562 Apr 11, 3:16pm Apr 11, 3:16pm
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Go with TRD or Eibach pro kit lowering springs. Just dont get the Eibach sportline they'd be too low.


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Re: How Low Is Too Low [Re: 1sikcel] #11563 Apr 11, 11:50pm Apr 11, 11:50pm
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when I got my TRD springs, I had to have the wife switch spots in the garrage because the TINY LITTLE lip made me scrape on her side (the garrage is sloped up slightly and our Drive slopes down). I didn't even think about it, but I almost ended up parking outside (which would have rusted my new exhaust.. not cool).


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Re: How Low Is Too Low [Re: FX-MAN] #11564 Apr 12, 11:11pm Apr 12, 11:11pm
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