<center><img src="http://static.summitracing.com/global/images/prod/large/mrg-1287_w.jpg"></center><p>Anyone work with these before? Rubber coil spring spacers. They're cheap, but seem to be effective, at least minimally!
As you can see in the following picture. The rake is not correct and the rear is sitting too low. This is partially due to my aftermarket stereo equipment in the rear (my guess).
It does look good in the rear, but then the front is sitting too high
And since the rear is rubbing a bit, due to my offset. I figured I would raise the back.
I tried a rubber coil spacer (pic'd at the top of this thread) that slides in, in the middle of the spring. It took about 5 minutes to install. It's designed to give 1" lift. But it didn't. It was a 2" lift until I test drove the car. It settled to 1/2mm lift. But it DID feel more comfortable!
So I've just ordered two more options. I'm not sure which one I'll need, but I'm tired of this, so I'm willing to pay extra to be ready.
Later this week I'll try: see the link.
and/or another product that doesn't have a picture available. Basically it's the 1st pic but taller. Advertises a 2" lift. So it the 1" lift = 1/2mm. Maybe this one will be 1mm
I know this sounds crazy, all this time and energy for 1mm. But the 1/2mm, has elimated rubbing my fenders, so every little bit helps. BTW we're talking $5-10 for these spacers!<ul><li><a href="http://www.mr-gasket.com/ProductDetails.aspx?brandID=1&productID=469339 3&txtSearch=1281#">http://www.mr-gasket.com/ProductDetails.aspx?brandID=1&productID=469339 3&txtSearch=1281#</a</li></ul>