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Thread: civic stationwagon leafsprings

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    get lowering blocks and longer U's they sell them at pep boys for cheap.

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    I have an 83 Civic wagon that I lowered back in 1997. I simply removed all the helper springs and went mono-leaf. I also flipped that one leaf over and put it back on. No money spent.



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    man, THAT is old school! hahaha

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    ^^^ Lolol. I loved that car, man. It's still sitting in Texas.

    Those wheels, sas, are 13x6 with 175/50-13.

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