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    Default Need to Lower Corolla Gli

    Hi All,

    I have recently replaced stock (175/70/14) with Dunlop's and 15's (205/60/15). I want to further drop the car another inch or so because the gap between tire and body is huge.

    Can someone please suggest what to do, Someone advised me to replace the shock springs?

    Looking forward to suggestion/ideas.

    Mods: Not too sure if this post should be under this category, please move if its wrong.

    Thanks All

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    yaar if u r running on cng...it willl be low....but tell u if u make yr car more low...at speed brakers and jumps yr car will touch body and that will reduce yr tyre life
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    Bro its not on CNG and car is very high. I think 1-1.5 inch wont hurt. But the real question is how to do it which is still unanswered..

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    attach CNG , automatically it will be lowered
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    change the springs!!
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    khanrocks @ Pw did some experiment tonite with lowering of his GLi. Drop him an mail and seek his assistance. His experiment was flop due to unavailbility of original shocks may Be.. He knows exactly
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    cut one ring of ur spring (cheap way) other wise use coilovers to lower ur ride they are adjustable
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