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hey guys ! is there anyone here running Eibach pro kit springs on their 3rd gen?

I just installed my lowering springs and I notice that the rear fender gap is less than the front. The springs are suppose to drop 1'' front and 1.3'' back but the back had a much more gap to begin with. So, I figured after the drop, they'd pretty much be even, or cause the front to be slight lower.

( I know I have to let the springs settle in for sometime, but the springs were bought 2nd hand assuming they should've already settled? )

is anybody else experiencing this?

thanks !!
 

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Springs are going to have to settle regardless, take it for a drive. Mine took about 2 days for it to fully settle.

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hey guys ! is there anyone here running Eibach pro kit springs on their 3rd gen?



I just installed my lowering springs and I notice that the rear fender gap is less than the front. The springs are suppose to drop 1'' front and 1.3'' back but the back had a much more gap to begin with. So, I figured after the drop, they'd pretty much be even, or cause the front to be slight lower.



( I know I have to let the springs settle in for sometime, but the springs were bought 2nd hand assuming they should've already settled? )



is anybody else experiencing this?



thanks !!


I’ve the same issue, my rear gap is about 1 and a half finger, and the front is 2 fingers. However it’s only been three days since I installed the springs so it might be even after a few days I assume? How’s your situation going? Thanks!


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