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Old 02 Oct 2008, 04:31 pm
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Default is it ok if i lower my civic 99 but also lower the front a bit more is it ok?

is it ok if i lower my civic 99 but also lower the front a bit more is it ok?
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Old 02 Oct 2008, 04:46 pm
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you have to drive it..if you want it lower do it
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Old 02 Oct 2008, 05:01 pm
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Yah its ok to do that but you will probably be buying coil-overs to do the trick. If you do not know coil-overs are an adjustable suspension. While if you just buy springs you are stuck at what they lower the car to so you would have to buy two sets to get it where you like and even then if you do not like the look your stuck with it. With coil-overs you can change the height whenever you want.
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