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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-08-2013, 07:44 AM Thread Starter
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Tuning Pros Lowering Springs For Sale

I bought the lowering springs but i never got the chance to put them on now and now ive sold my g6 so for any of you who would like them im selling them for 135 +shipping or we can meet if close
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-08-2013, 09:42 AM
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What's the listed front and rear drop?

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1.5 front 1.65 rear
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Are they still good with the 17 inch rims. I'm running stock wheels. I wouldn't have any rubbing issues if I bought these would I?

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Mods: Window tint 20% all around besides front, 2009.5 spoiler, Eagle Eyes, OPT7 55W 5000K Low beam, OPT7 35W 3000K Fogs, Recessed grills dipped black, Interior trim pieces red to match lights, Wheels primed and painted flat black (powdercoat soon), custom side exit exhaust with magnaflow performance tip, Roof Spoiler, Racingline STB, Chevy Caprice Push Bumper Custom Mounted, Plasti dipped door handles, door trim, and fuel door.
Mods to come: OPT7 55W 5000K High beam, OBX Cat-back with electric cutout, Pedders Lowering Springs, Powdercoat Rims (Gloss Black), 2009.5 spoiler color matched, MPD hood, GM Ground Effects
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Are they still good with the 17 inch rims. I'm running stock wheels. I wouldn't have any rubbing issues if I bought these would I?

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I'm on lower springs on stock 17s. You should be fine. Rear camber is the only real down side.
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I'm sorry but I'm lost with suspension parts. Camber?

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Mods: Window tint 20% all around besides front, 2009.5 spoiler, Eagle Eyes, OPT7 55W 5000K Low beam, OPT7 35W 3000K Fogs, Recessed grills dipped black, Interior trim pieces red to match lights, Wheels primed and painted flat black (powdercoat soon), custom side exit exhaust with magnaflow performance tip, Roof Spoiler, Racingline STB, Chevy Caprice Push Bumper Custom Mounted, Plasti dipped door handles, door trim, and fuel door.
Mods to come: OPT7 55W 5000K High beam, OBX Cat-back with electric cutout, Pedders Lowering Springs, Powdercoat Rims (Gloss Black), 2009.5 spoiler color matched, MPD hood, GM Ground Effects
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aliment has three parts to it
camber, caster, and toe
Most common of these is toe
Camber it the inward or outward lean of the top of the tire in relationship to the bottom
Toe is the inward or outward pull of the front of the tire in relationship to the rear
and Caster is the angle of the strut or mounting point for the rim in relationship to the centerline of the rim
Caster is 99% of the time non adjustable
Camber is not unheard of but most small cars only get a toe in or out aliment
You can purchase camber bolts than make it more adjustable in the rear. I forget how much they are tho lol
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I did end up looking them up. Eibach sells them for about $30.

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Mods: Window tint 20% all around besides front, 2009.5 spoiler, Eagle Eyes, OPT7 55W 5000K Low beam, OPT7 35W 3000K Fogs, Recessed grills dipped black, Interior trim pieces red to match lights, Wheels primed and painted flat black (powdercoat soon), custom side exit exhaust with magnaflow performance tip, Roof Spoiler, Racingline STB, Chevy Caprice Push Bumper Custom Mounted, Plasti dipped door handles, door trim, and fuel door.
Mods to come: OPT7 55W 5000K High beam, OBX Cat-back with electric cutout, Pedders Lowering Springs, Powdercoat Rims (Gloss Black), 2009.5 spoiler color matched, MPD hood, GM Ground Effects
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Still for sale
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still for sale? please PM me and we can set up something for next week. I'm in Harrisburg PA so I am willing to drive down and meet up!
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