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Old 12-16-2007, 07:53 AM
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Shorter shocks=lower ride hieghth

If I was able to put shorter shocks on my 81 Lincoln Mk vi would it ride a little lower?

If I had the money,Id do that!
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Shorter springs not shocks.
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SHorter shocks are often required when a shorter ride height change has been done to a car to stop them bottoming out. Shocks do not alter ride height by themselves at all UNLESS they are Air Shocks!
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