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Posted by ///M Blitz on December 26, 2000 at 12:32:55:

In Reply to: Lowering Springs posted by George Mann on December 26, 2000 at 07:24:26:

While the rear height can be adjusted, you don't want to keep the lame springs that BMW puts on these cars to give them that fine Cadillac/Benz ride (sarcasm of course).

I have H&R springs all around to lower the front (bilstein sport shocks in front) and "tighten-up" the rear (I kept self-leveling. I remember Bavarian Autosport having the best prices on them.

If you choose, you can see pictures of the car at the Web site below.

Good luck.

Carlos Cardenas
83 528e (original owner 185K miles)
88 M6 (original owner 29K miles)
89 750iL (original owner 55K miles)
98 M3 (original owner)

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