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Old 10-05-2017, 10:45 PM   #1
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i have a 99. and i wanna do a 2 inch drop to the front. Anyone that did this, do you have to do any fender rolling or does it sit right above the wheels?

If you have any pics of a 2 inch drop feel free to post.
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Get Tein S.Tech springs. It's 2.5in in the front and 1.7in in the rear.


This is one of our old members' car on those springs and Koni STR.T struts/shocks

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stock wheels dont require a roll. I would personally get coilovers over a spring and stock shock combo. I personally recomend koni shocks with ground control sleeved coilovers.
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