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Old 09-28-2003, 09:59 PM   #1
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I know most of you guys will laugh at me for this but I am most likely going to buy Steeda springs which says that it drops about 1.5 in. I just bought a new house last year and since I am in a new development they put those huge bumps before you hit your driveway to help lead any water in the street towards a drain quicker. Anyways I plan on only getting the Steeda ground effects or the same pieces from the actual company that makes it. Do you think the combination of the ground effects and the drop would cause the car to scrape everytime i enter and leave the driveway. thanks!


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This is something that you will just have to see about after you get it all installed. After I got my springs installed, I had to be careful in a lot of places... it's just a try and see kind of thing. Take it easy after you get it all installed, and you will discover the places that you have to be careful.
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