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Old 10-09-2012, 10:12 PM
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lower ride heighy

I have a 74 mercury montego mx brougham. And im looking to lower the ride height by about an inch over all, to get the factory rims to fill the fender out. I was told i can heat up my coil springs to mend out some of the ride height.. does anyone support this or does anyone know where i can get stiffer lowering springs? Like a performance biased suspensiom. Thnx

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