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Old 12-07-2021, 11:07 AM #16
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OME springs on the bilsteins would be good. Just leave the spring perch on the lowest possible setting. I thought it was a really good entry level shock an should definitely increase ride quality over the worn out factory units you have now.

What about OME springs on KYBs? Iím sort of in the same situation. Would like a little more lift.


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What about OME springs on KYBs? Iím sort of in the same situation. Would like a little more lift.


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Not sure on the KYB's, never dealt with them.. do they have adjustable spring perches? I'm sure it's bound to give you a moderate lift regardless since the spring you're not using the factory spring anymore.
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