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    Lowering Springs for 06 WRX

    What are the best lowering springs to put on stock shocks for a 06 WRX? With no more than a 1.5 inch drop.

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    You're missing key parts to your question...

    Budget?
    Goal (looks/handling)?
    DIY install or paying?
    Other suspension mods?
    Tire setup(s)?
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    Under $300, Handling, DIY install, no other suspension mods, with stock wheels

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRX_Unleashed
    Under $300, Handling, DIY install, no other suspension mods, with stock wheels
    Honestly, with your budget, you're better off just replacing your struts on an '06. An alignment will be required, and that'll take up ~$100 of your budget...
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    Aight, Ill consider that. The 300 was just for spring, got another 90 set aside for the alignment.

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    Could bad struts be causing a clunking sound in the front when I hit a bump at any speed?

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    Maybe this should be moved to the appropriate forum?
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