info for installing KW lowering springs

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  1. thedynoguy

    thedynoguy Gold Member

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    I've got a set of KW adjustable springs that I'm planning to have a local shop install on my HC Challenger. The instructions that came with the spring kit are weak, to say the least. Is there a baseline adjustable collar measurement that the shop can use to set up the initial ride height? Thanks! TA
     
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    Yes there is, if you search for the threads here on KW lowering Springs you will find them.
     
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    image.jpeg ^^^^ Yep, I copied that post and gave it to the install shop. Works perfect for a 1" drop plus a 1/4" approx. settle. Could have dropped more but do a couple of track days a year and didn't want to mess up camber. They said the camber was still off a fuzz but shouldn't be a problem. Loving these springs and the ride is still similar to stock but more stable on hard cornering. Only thing to keep in mind is the OEM Shock travel is reduced a bit so need to be a little careful on the bumps but not a big deal. Works great in all drive modes.
     
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    I found the post, thanks...
     

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