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Weasel
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Weasel Jan 19, 6:52pm - #378085 

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Tein H-Tech or Eibach Pro Kit...

i will be getting my 18's soon and the tires i will go with will have a 40 sidewall. This will make the car stand higher correct? (how much). To get it back down to normal height i've decided to go with either of the 2 springs. The Teins drop 0.8 inches and the Eichbach drops 1.25 inches. Which would look better? I don't want to be to much lower than stock height because i have a Kaminari body kit and i am low already because of that. Any suggestions?

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bmw52786 Jan 19, 7:04pm - #378086 

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1.25 would look better just because its lower...

.8 is nothing but 1.25 isnt much either but would look better then a .8" drop!

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bmw52786 Jan 19, 7:10pm - #378087 

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personally i would go with tein s-techs which is what i have! thumbsup

1.4" drop all around...

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Weasel
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Weasel Jan 19, 10:14pm - #378088 

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Yes i would go with a lower drop. 1st off i have a Kaminari body kit and it is lower than the stock bumper. @nd i live in ohio and i get really close to being a snow plow at times already. I just want something that will bring me back down to about stock height after the 18's are put on in the spring.

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