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Installed the H&R springs with the truhart over the weekend and a few other goodies

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I think I need the K tuned crash bar, it's lower than I anticipated. I already bottomed out. On a side note I couldn't replicate the spring position that the stock spring was seated on. The truhart are shaped differently so I placed the nipple in the back side of the strut on both sides.
 

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I think I need the K tuned crash bar, it's lower than I anticipated. I already bottomed out. On a side note I couldn't replicate the spring position that the stock spring was seated on. The truhart are shaped differently so I placed the nipple in the back side of the strut on both sides.
What you mean bottomed out?
 

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Yea, the universe hates when I lower my cars. The uneven roads are screaming for my undercarriage.
 

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I’m on the same suspension setup and my wheels rub on the liners but have never bottomed out the chassis. -.8 front and -1.6 rear camber
 
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