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This is a discussion on Sfc? within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the General Help category; I understand that it is best to put them on with the car on all four wheels to get the ...

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    Sfc?

    I understand that it is best to put them on with the car on all four wheels to get the actuall car hight. I am thinking of getting some, dont know what kind yet, need to do some research. Right now I have the stock rims (16") and plan on going with 18's 0r 17's. So if i use SFC's with the 16's will i have to break the weld of the SFC's when I get bigger rims or will it not have any effect and they can stay the same. (I do plan on getting the weld on ones)

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    The reason you want to install them with all the weight loaded on the suspension is to prevent any flex in the car when there installed. As far as removing them when you change your rims. False, unless your going to lower it so low that you drag bottom when you drive down the road. Just make sure you remember to take note of how much ground clearance you have and you'll be fine.

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    I got SLP boltons also and I still have plenty of clearance but it's still stock ride height.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frozen WS6 View Post
    The reason you want to install them with all the weight loaded on the suspension is to prevent any flex in the car when there installed. As far as removing them when you change your rims. False, unless your going to lower it so low that you drag bottom when you drive down the road. Just make sure you remember to take note of how much ground clearance you have and you'll be fine.
    plus with the flex the welds can break and then ..well you know. SLP's are generally noted as being the best. you aren't going to do any autox are you..becuase if you do then you need to check the rules about the type of sfc you can have.

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