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Old 10-24-2002, 02:04 AM
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"Hey, what about heating the springs until the car lowers to the desired height you want? I've seen many people do this..."

Heating springs can lead to a spring failure. If you have to use a torch to cut a spring, submerse half of the spring in water in a steel bucket. Cut them quickly and cut in increments of one full loop for alignment purposes.
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