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Old 12-11-2010, 06:43 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default B&G Lowering Springs

I was wondering if anyone has tried the b&g lowering springs 1.7in drop in the front and 1.5in drop in the rear. I was in the vw scene for a while and every loved b&g coils. any rants or reviews would be helpful thanks guys

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I looked into these, but i heard they leave the back too saggy.
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1.5" in the back is WAAAAYYYYY too much if you ask me. I have Progress springs, which give .75 drop in the rear, and it's perfect.
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1.5 in the rear doesnt sound right
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