Thread: Cutting Springs
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Old 10-24-2002, 07:25 AM
Freestyler Freestyler is offline
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Been there, done that. -Can't recommend it.
Beside the increased chance of getting a broken spring, the ride gets terribly harsh. And i mean TERRIBLY! After a while everything starts to rattle inside the cabin. And if you're in the habit of making powerslides or 'frisky' turns, you will find that your rear will become almost incontrollable.

I say spend some $ on a good lowering kit.

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