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Old 11-19-2001, 02:36 PM
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C 36. What size spring pads are on my car now?

getting ready to lower my C 36 and would like to know what size spring pads are on my car at this time. This way I can have a new set ( if neded ) ready to put on so I dont have to keep going back and forth. I am planning on putting the softer riding Eibachs on my car and if anyone has some suggestions on the correct spring pad to use so my car will look lowered ( but not slammed) and the front of the car a bit lower than the back. DRE
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Old 11-19-2001, 05:46 PM
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Pull off a front and rear wheel. Look at the top of the springs for the rubber pad. look for some nubs on the pad.

count them.

1 = thinnest

Rear only goes to 3 max I believe.

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