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This is a discussion on lowering spring installed upside down within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I had less Schwab install eibach lowering springs on my 08 wrx. Three of the springs appear to be installed ...

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    Registered User SlapChop's Avatar
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    lowering spring installed upside down

    I had less Schwab install eibach lowering springs on my 08 wrx. Three of the springs appear to be installed correctly, one on the rear appears upside down. The progressive coils are on the bottom. I'm taking the car back tomorrow but I'm curious if this is a serious problem. Is my spring not seating correctly? Could I be causing damage etc.

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    Usually if they install incorrectly more than likely is one side is higher than other side. Did you notice anything unusual? And yes It may damage to your differentials!!

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