Thanks for the reply guru!
So what do you propose?
Should I wait for a month and then report back?
Its been 2 weeks since I got them changed.
The thing bothering me is the abnormal gap between the front tyre and the fender.
Even if there is one person sitting at the back seat, the car gets lifted to such an extent that my low beams at that time are high enough to light up a 6' guy's face coming from the other side.
Moreover with just one person at back, if I cross a water drain, present at any underpass at around 80km/h I get the feeling as if the front wheels have lost ground for a split second.
Correct me if Im wrong.
This is what Im expecting:
"If I change the springs with its old ones"
Since the dampers were totally worn out so the car was lowered from front with suspension getting too soft.
Now if I retain the old springs with new dampers, the ride height will become lower, like it was before but the suspension will not be that soft like they were with worn out dampers.
On hard braking it will not sink into the road from the front, like it did with worn out dampers?