Lowering Springs

Lowering Springs
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Control arms are one of the most boring, but mechanically impressive parts of cars. In the layman language, the control allows up and down movement of the suspension while holding the knuckles, spindles, and axles firmly onto the car. They have been an essential part of suspension systems for nearly a century. As time passed the shape, variety, sizes and material but these have always served the same function - to hold everything together. Now one can’t talk about control arms without talking about balls' joints and rubbers because they are all best friends forever. The vast majority of control arms will have a rubber bushing or ball joint mounted securely to them. These allow the complete arm to rotate up and down without binding up. 

Lowering springs are thick coil springs. When they got installed to your dream car it significantly enhances the performance, grip, and feel of your automobile especially if it is a sports car. Lowering springs minimize the car’s centre gravity, thereby creating less resistance on chassis while turning. This results in quicker steering response and a better feel on the road. Eliminating the air resistance by lowering the car will allow you to handle the tuff corners and it makes the turn more easily and it will also give you a good mileage as well. Whereas lowering spring is installed in front and rear of the car, giving the car an aggressive look.
We have a full range of lower springs, you just let us know your car year, make, model and we will find the best spring variety for your vehicle.. We have a vast variety of lowering springs at quite affordable rates or we can say lowest in the market as we don’t follow the traditional distribution channels. Let’s have a look on how to install front end spring:

  • Jack up the front of the car and put it on the car stands.
  • Remove both front wheels.
  • Refer to the car manual and locate the front strut bolt, brake bolts, and the front sway bar. These all must be removed.
  • Remove the upper strut assemblies. You need to check the manual on how to remove them as each is the car is diff rent. You will need to have reached down from inside the hood.
  • Compress the spring which is around the strut. Remove the hat and the bump stop from the strut. You will now be able to remove the spring. Do this on both sides.
  • Place the new spring around the strut on both sides. If your new springs didn’t come with bump stops, shorten the old bump stops by cutting them with a hack saw. This is to accommodate the new, lowered spring.
  • Compress the spring and reassemble the struts.
  • Replace the tires.
  • It is always recommended to get an alignment from your local alignment shop to make sure your new lowering springs are tuned with the rest of your suspension.


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