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Old 04 Dec 2011, 08:31 pm
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Default why is my honda accord 2002 lower in the front then the back ? what are my options to fix this ?

i have a honda accord euro r 2002 and its on King Springs. but for some reason the front is lower then the back . what are my options and recommendations to fix this and provide prices please
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Old 04 Dec 2011, 09:01 pm
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sometimes they design them that can change to springs in the front..that will help
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