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Lowering the Wagon....

S2_VR_

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So....all i need for te back is the springs and shock's right?....

it's all SuperLow's.....
would i need a adjustable Panhard rod...or will i be fine?
 

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i wouldnt think so, mines fine no axle shift. Depends on what size rims and rubber you have as to if it may scrub aswell
 

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mines fine with standard panhard rod aswell but i have the superlow heavyduty springs
 

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my wagon has been lowered one two in back end and two inches in front from standard i dnt know of this is super low or wat ,and i have 17" rims with low profile rubber(45) and with one person in the back the wheel scrapes on the inside of the panel , i have rolled the guards but still has massive tyre wear on back tyres:( but small price to pay to look cool lol
 

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my wagon has been lowered one two in back end and two inches in front from standard i dnt know of this is super low or wat ,and i have 17" rims with low profile rubber(45) and with one person in the back the wheel scrapes on the inside of the panel , i have rolled the guards but still has massive tyre wear on back tyres:( but small price to pay to look cool lol
thats odd, i have the same setup and i have almost no axle shift and not even close to scrubbing.
 

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i think mine scrapes because my wheel nuts are sunk into my rims so my rims stick out a bit wider than normal wheels my wheels are 235-45 r17s
 
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