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Hey guys, Is anybody here using lowered springs with your rally wheels? I am considering lowering my car 1". Please post pictures of your vehicles stance. 

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I have lowering springs in the front of mine and stock replacements  in the rear. I don't particularly care for the way these cars look like they sit high in the front. I only have beater 14" rally wheels on it now but might give you some perspective.

 

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not the greatest pic  but I have hotchkis 2" lowering springs all around. I also have the cheap helper air bags in the rear to keep it level when I have a trunkload of stuff.

IMO, the standard spring height of these springs is a little low in the rear for my liking. No issues otherwise.

 

 

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Here's mine. 1 1/2 coil out of the fronts Moog vari-rate cargo springs in rear, 275/60/15 rear,(5in positive offset rims) moves rim inward so tires don't scrub.235/75r/15 front 15x7 rims  post-259-0-61935100-1474727657_thumb.jpg  Hope this helps your decision making. Looking good so far on the build.

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Lucky guess..... Nassau Blue ......used only on 1967 corvettes.... got it's name for astronauts in '67 . each got a 427/4spd in this color,the rest is history. really makes the lines show on the Monte Carlo.... as far as I can see.  post-259-0-06116300-1484180397_thumb.jpg     If your at "The Meet" I'll give you the low down. 

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here it is again...it kinda stands out. IMO

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The other shade of blue I have only seen once: Fathom blue. It is darker than the others and very pretty if you have straight body work.

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