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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-20-2017, 08:28 PM Thread Starter
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2.4 Lowering Springs

Didn't want to bump an old post and jack a thread but didn't find the answer I'm looking for. 2008 2.4 that I have 19's for and no tires yet. I see the Kappa springs are not available anymore and want to know the opinions on the H&R vs the Eibach proline (which I don't see for sale anymore on their site). I'm not tracking this car and will use it as a daily in the summer only. I've bagged trucks and cars before so I know the driving issues with lowered vehicles. My ideal result is less wheel well gap and not loosing a filling in my teeth on normal bumps. I figured I'd ask the seasoned guys. First post on this forum. Long Island NY. TIA
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I've got Eibachs on my car and have used them before on other cars I've owned with great results the problem now is finding a set because from my understanding Eibach no longer makes them .As with so many products for our cars if your joining the party late many items are no longer available . At this point your best bet is to try Ebay I know some vendors still advertise the H & R which are a good alternative .
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It appears that Tirerack still sells them, but the Sportline model.

https://www.tirerack.com/suspension/...artnum=4.14535

You might want to give them a call them and double check since it could be an old link. 888-981-3953.
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