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Rear shocks been leaking oil for a few months, and i've finally put in the H&R OE with GR2 last week. It have a even fender gap now! Sorry for bad pic and dirty teg, but trust me, she had been in a saltier situation before (it was almost like a white teg).

It said lowered 0.75" but it seems more like 1" or more.

 

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It still looks kinda high, but better. I guess with the bad winters you really cant go that low. Those should be fine for your stock shocks as well.
 

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Have been driving it for a month now, it drop another 1cm approx. i think the spring/shocks had finally broken in, it had become a lot smoother when it was first installed!!!! It ride almost like stock now, i wonder if it will get any smoother. Handling is great compare to stock, driving on highway is a lot more stable too, like steering @ around 100mph is a lot more steady compare to stock.

For those who don't wanna drop it uber low, H&E OE is very good, but go with other shocks like Tokico Blue or Koni Red instead, the ride would probably be even smoother.
 

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Not to make fun but you spent money for that drop? Just looks like theres someone sitting in the car (barely diff.) I guess its one of those thing driver can only tell.
 

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Those of us who don't want our daily drivers to scrape over every speed bump and bash every parking-lot curb must be satisfied with an understated drop. The benefit is that we retain a dignified look.
 

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i dont c a drop at all
looks the same height
 
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