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I know you can drop the rear with the ride sensor on the control arm, but what about the front? Has anyone here cut stock springs with good results? I love this car, but I can't stand the handling. As far as I can find there is absolutly NO aftermarket for stuff like this. Any help that you guys could give me would be GREATLY appreciated.

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Check with Eaton spring. They have the specs for most cars and can drop your car to the desired ride height. They made some for my 92 Seville. Pretty inexpensive also. I don't have their web address. But, if you search,you will find them right away.
 

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Thanks, I'll give em a call day after turkey day! And you mister 92 on 20's.... you've got 20 inch (bright chrome no doubt) rims on a luxary car, obviously with VERY low profile tires....... What was that about rice? Think before you talk...
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