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This is a discussion on looking for way to lower my wrx within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I wanna take like an inch and half down so my rims will fit the tire well better so i ...

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    looking for way to lower my wrx

    I wanna take like an inch and half down so my rims will fit the tire well better so i was wondering what parts or something I can do to drop it just alittle

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    ways to lower my wrx

    I wanna take like an inch and half down so my rims will fit the tire well better so i was wondering what parts or something I can do to drop it just alittle

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    im just looking to make my rims fit the tire well better and currently only have engine parts

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    You're looking for a set of springs and struts.. which ones work with your car depends on what kind of car it is, and what the year model is.


    Also, as future reference.. there's no need to make multiple threads about the same topic. ways to lower my wrx

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    year? WRX? STI? It's not necessarily as simple as most think. If you want lowering and that is all, no performance, then Epic Lowering Springs are the best bang for your buck. If you want performance you are looking to spend a minimum of $1000.
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    Merged, please only start one thread per topic.
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    if all you care about is that the wheels fit and nothing else, just save urself some time and money and take your springs off, heat them up wih torch and chop some of it off. will lower the car and look super flush

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