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Mizery_Machine
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Mar 19, 2:27pm - #129323 
What kind of drop for bad roads?

I think its been posted a couple of times but I did a search and could not find the info I needed. Anyway here is my problem. Where I live the roads are really sh*tty and most driveways are not level with the street. I have a hard enough time not bottoming out or scraping my car at stock height. So what kind of drop springs should I get that would best suit my situation?

PS: I have stock rims now but I plan on getting some Performance 17's in the future.


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trog2233
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Mar 19, 2:28pm - #129324 
depends what kit you have or gettin...i have a 2" drop and i don't have any problems here and the roads are horrible grin

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Mar 19, 2:30pm - #129325 
Originally Posted by trog2233
depends what kit you have or gettin...i have a 2" drop and i don't have any problems here and the roads are horrible grin


I have the TRD kit which I love so I plan on keeping it for a while.


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ToiletPaper
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San Leandro/Davis, CA
Mar 19, 3:46pm - #129326 
TRD or an eibach pro kit

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Mar 19, 3:54pm - #129327 
^^^
exactly, something which has been repeated interminably

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eric_h
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Mar 19, 3:54pm - #129328 
just get coils so if it isnt working you can get it raised, trust me i live in a 1000 person town in north dakota


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celimangts17
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New Orleans, LA
Mar 19, 4:19pm - #129329 
Originally Posted by Mizery_Machine
I think its been posted a couple of times but I did a search and could not find the info I needed. Anyway here is my problem. Where I live the roads are really sh*tty and most driveways are not level with the street. I have a hard enough time not bottoming out or scraping my car at stock height. So what kind of drop springs should I get that would best suit my situation?

PS: I have stock rims now but I plan on getting some Performance 17's in the future.

wow scraping at the stock ride height on TRD Front! i thought scraping down here with the 5 inches of clearence i get on my front was bad.


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Mar 19, 4:37pm - #129330 
Originally Posted by celimangts17
wow scraping at the stock ride height on TRD Front! i thought scraping down here with the 5 inches of clearence i get on my front was bad.


You have no idea! My girl is ALWAYS complaining about bottoming her car out when she is driving. (she is a delivery driver for Pizza Hut). I've been with her a few times and she has scraped her car just backing out of dive ways.. She has a stock Mitsu Mirage. The roads around here are horrid


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Mar 19, 4:49pm - #129331 
having shitty roads must suck frown

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Mar 19, 4:53pm - #129332 
Originally Posted by ToiletPaper
TRD or an eibach pro kit

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