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    Quote Originally Posted by hawk02 View Post
    Anyone else been doing this with these springs? I like this idea and will be doing the KYB setup too in the rear>>>>>
    Im talking about the thinner isolators after you install whatever lowering springs in the rear and if your still not happy with the drop compared to the front you can use the thinner isolators to gain more drop in the rear.
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    Ordering these this weekend to install with the KYB setup!!!!!

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    I ended up removing the Vogtlands recently, they were just a little too soft for me, softer than stock. I need just a little more stiffness in the rear.

    If you are looking for lower and a soft ride they would be great. I will probably try to sell them for $100. Front never used, rear only for a couple of months.

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    [QUOTE=RexS;839700]I ended up removing the Vogtlands recently, they were just a little too soft for me, softer than stock. I need just a little more stiffness in the rear.

    If you are looking for lower and a soft ride they would be great. I will probably try to sell them for $100. Front never used, rear only for a couple of months.[/QUO

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