SOMEONE has got to have an update on these -____-
Still on the edge of grabbing some.
they look awesome for the money
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I have had mine on for about two months now.
Mine all measure at 25" from ground to fender. I want to get some spacers for front and back. I haven't had any rubbing issues with my wheels, 18 inchers. I'm satisfied with where it sits now. I can't drop it any further due to crappy roads. Stiff and bouncy on the bumps.
close up of the front
close up of the rear
I still got a lot left on the rear perches, this is the rear passenger side
FK Streetlines: http://www.ecstuning.com/Volkswagen-...vers/ES250775/
I was wondering the same thing when i got them but there wasn't any bands holding them down so i figured that was just how they are designed. And I know people want slammed specs and I can turn them down all the way when i first install them and get measurements but other than that they are getting turned back up for winter.
So is there a trick to get the rear shocks to valve out all the way? I thought they were dead when we got them out of the box. That's why I still have my "stock" (KYB) shocks in. I had them sent back and requested replacements and I got another pair just like that, again.