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So I've got these 325's out back that stick out a little and rub just slightly when I hit a major dip. I still want to lower the car front and back but I'm assuming that if I lower the rear it will scrub all the time. Will using the longer bolt trick stiffen/tighten the ride any? Will the axle travel still be the same? Basically, if the travel is the same and I get the tires closer to the quarters then I'm going to hit all the time. If it tightens the travel then maybe I would be ok. Thoughts?


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If you lower the rear spring bolt, it will soften the rear, and rub more,, you might be able to use a QA1 24 way adjustable shock to control it some.
 

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If you lower the rear spring bolt, it will soften the rear, and rub more,, you might be able to use a QA1 24 way adjustable shock to control it some.
Just what I needed to know. Guess I'll ride at stock height for a while. Still looks ok I think. :)
 
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