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help ...installing my own springs!

Old 17-Jul-2005, 10:05 AM
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help ...installing my own springs!

k guys ..i installed my own tein. htech springs this weekend....ride is amazing! just like stock, i have one finger gap in the rear and 2 in the front.....that is normal though right/? civic's all sit lower in the rear..
i got a 98 civic coupe.
the drop was 1.3 F 1.1 R
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Old 17-Jul-2005, 10:23 AM
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yeah thats normal. When i put my tokico springs/illuminas on my EG it sat a little lower in the rear.
And before that i had coilover sleeves and even with them adjusted to the highest point it was a little lower in the rear.
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It will take a few weeks for them to settle properly. Remember too that the fender line on the rear of your Civic is different then the front, so the rear my just look lower.
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did you get the shock all the way into the fork in the front??
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