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    BMR lowering springs?

    Ran into some lower cost lowering springs on afterthoughts auto web site. Anyone tell me if these are any good?

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    BMR lowering springs are good. You won't have the slammed look with them, but you will have a nice stance that is lower than stock without the 4x4 look.
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    I think they lower your car 1 inch, not really all that noticable. They are a good brand but havent had any experience with them myself.

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    1.25" is what I remember they lowered. BMR is good, quality workmanship from what I know.
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    I've really enjoyed the look and ride with my BMR's. Set I've had for a few years was a 1" drop. I believe the new redesigns are 1.25".

    I put the stock rears back on this week until I can fix my exhaust clearance issue, and I forgot how soft and mushy stock springs felt.

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    1.25 is correct

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    Thanks for the feedback you all. Anyone ride those springs with stock shocks?

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    Personally no. Having to decompress/recompress the fronts + alignment, you might as well do both with one go.

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    Jrying to find a way to cheap out and still get the lower look

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