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Hi,

this is not actually a lowrider, but i am wondering if i should work with hyhdraulics.

Since I live in Massachusetts, where the winter is very long and snowy, I need to find a solution how I can be able to drive my car in winter. I dropped it 1.7 inches in the front and 1.4 inches in the back... its pretty low! What should I do? what would be the cheapest way to solve this problem? should i put the stock springs back in or is there another way?

thanks guys

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Hydros aren't the best choice for FWD (in my opinion) Try air bags, but put real (hard)lines on it instead of the cheap blue stuff to improve reliability.
 

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I would try ajustable coil overs. they are cheap $100-$200 and they are easy to install
 

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i cant find adjustable coilovers that are cheaper than 800$... u think it would be enough to bring only the front up?
 

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Originally posted by clemensK@Sep 24 2005, 07:26 PM~3879194
i cant find adjustable coilovers that are cheaper than 800$... u think it would be enough to bring only the front up?
your crazy bro...try EBAY
 

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Just get the air for adjustable height.
 

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i dont wanna deal with the insurance crap....

does anyone have a link for me? where i could find the adj. coilovers?

thanks

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