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Lower springs in conjunction with chassis spacers

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Question;

I'd like to run new springs and dampers, but due to roads and just personal preference, I don't want to lower my car more than some .5" or so. In looking around I've found a company (In Russia. Because of course it is) that makes a slip-in polyurethane spacer essentially to raise the car some 15-30+mm (There's a multitude of ranges). Out there question, but has anyone used this type of system on their car? My Frankenplan is to run a set of springs/dampers and run a set of 15mm height spacers to recoup some of the ride height. The front slots between the strut hat and chassis, the rear is just a taller spring isolater.

I'm not crazy, I swear.
 

RubenZZZ

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Are the spacers those rubber cube pieces that fit between coils?

Or are they lifting cups?

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^^^THIS looks like a possibility for me, to use with some Swift Spec Rs/Bilstein B6es, IF I do not go for the M-Sport R1/Bilstein tarmac setup, which necessitates changing out the front uprights/knuckles for the base Fiesta versions (also it would be less than HALF the cost of that R1 setup). [thumb]
 

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