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Old 15 Oct 2009, 07:54 am
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Question 1994 Accord Lowering Problem Plz Help...

Hi.Today I installed the KYB gr2 shocks struts and Megan
racing lowering springs with an okay mechanic.we installed the front suspension
perfectly but we couldn't tight the rear shocks
struts with the springs there left little space
between them so we dicaded to install them in
that way.rears look tight now because car
heaviness makes them tight but when we lift the rears
springs and shocks will miss little space between
them.there is no way to tight rears.I couldn't
really understand.Plz help me....:
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