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Hey forum, I have a 2014 SE with 245 45 20's and I really want to lower my ride ht. to minimalize that gap between the tire and fender. I know some people have just used lowering springs and others have gone with the full lowering shocks and dampener kits... If I were to JUST go with lowering coils... what's your opinion as to when I will need to replace the oem shocks and struts? I know it's a lesser expensive alternative and can still achieve the ride ht. I'm looking for, but don't want to end up having to change them within a year. Even though brands such as Eibach say it's ok...All opinions and expertise welcomed.
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You're going to pay the price of going through tires really quick if you lower your ride and don't do it properly. I installed BC coilovers and dropped it a little over an inch on all sides. Had to install adjustable upper control arms in the front and installed camber bushings in the rear.
 
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