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Old 05-08-2008, 11:03 AM   #1
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I went from 325-30-19 to 345-30-19 it raised my car a little is there any way to lower these cars maybe 1" or even 1/2" with out majorly messing them up
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I'll someone in the correct C6/Z06 forums could tell you...
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If you noticed this b/f driving it the suspension may just need a little driving around to settle back down after being lifted, and yes there is some adjustability in the stock suspension. I'm sure if you search the C6 Z06 forum you'll be able to find a step by step proceedure.
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Coil overs!
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If you noticed this b/f driving it the suspension may just need a little driving around to settle back down after being lifted, and yes there is some adjustability in the stock suspension. I'm sure if you search the C6 Z06 forum you'll be able to find a step by step proceedure.
you were right on the money after driving it a little and lowering it as much as factory possible every thing look right now
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