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H&R Lowering Springs, H&R Lowering Kits
H&R Lowering Springs are engineered to improve driving performance and the car appearance, the aftermarket H&R spring rates are stiffer compare to the most of the factory springs. Putting on the H&R lower spring will enhance corner grip and decreasing body roll. While you purchase a set of spring, it is suggested to change your OE shock absorber at once. The OEM or aftermarket H&R factory replacement strut are not designed to handle the stiffer H&R lowering kits. Once the shock and strut failed, you might feel vehicle hopping and lose road traction. There are many different brand of H&R lowering springs available on our online catalog for you to choose from, you will first need to decide if you are using for street drive or on the race track.