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Old 21 Jul 2008, 05:46 pm
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Default Can coilovers be raised higher than stock springs??

So i have an accord and want to buy coilovers due to snow. And want to know if i can raise higher than stock springs to clear the snow. or do i have to put the originals back in??
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Old 21 Jul 2008, 06:01 pm
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Yes you can but it will look very retarded.
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Old 21 Jul 2008, 06:16 pm
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coilovers can do the job... but do you want to spend 600-2000 for a set of full coilovers just for that reasondont get adjustable springs eather because they have a bouncy ride and after a couple of months they sag downif i were you i would just keep the stock springs and and put tire chains on
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