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11-28-2012 06:49 PM
StephenElsbree1986 Never cut coil..... You have a Focus not a civic buy new ones. People say it can cause damage to the sturt people say it can't this is a touchy subject I'd just say no there be so many arguement over this on all cars. Dead coils are not actually "dead"

Edit: You can also get a Coil Over Kit which runs like -.- not sure I forget cut that always an option
11-28-2012 05:52 PM
cossieboy
cutting dead coil on eibach pro kir

guys , i have ano Eibach pro kit 20 25mm drop on my focus st 170 , the front is perfect , the rear is still 4x4 status , i have removed the rubber insulators where the spring sits on but still not happy , whats your views on cutting dead coils with regards to ride quality , handling , tyre wear etc , ps. The front has half a finger space between the tyre and the fender and the rear has 2 and a half finger space , i jus wanna get the back closer to the front height , if you agree on cutting dead coils ,will cutting of one coil be sufficient .Many thanks .SORRY MODS FOR POSTING HERE but all the answers are always here in no time

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