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#21 DeviLSh

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  • Current Vehicle:'14 MKZ 3.7 awd

Posted 22 June 2017 - 01:16 PM

Any update on the springs? You still running them?


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#22 MediumWilly22

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  • Current Vehicle:Lincoln MKZ 3.7L AWD

Posted 28 June 2017 - 07:30 PM

Installed H&R on all four corners and tested. Now in process of installing Eibachs. Currently running H&R on the front and Eibach on the rear. Will update when the process is complete. I was obviously initially turned off by the look at first, but it has grown on me and I'm glad I decided to continue the install. Now it's a matter of which kit performs better. Performance is what drove me to lower the stance to begin with.






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