Reviewed By scott c (Oceanside, CA) Reviewed for a 1998 Mercedes-Benz E-Class —5/31/2010 11:02 PM
they ride really nice, they seem to only lower it about 1 inch.....may settle more with time. overall very nice.
Reviewed By David R (Aberdeen, MS) Reviewed for a 2001 Chevy Suburban —12/7/2016 3:56 AM
The unlevel factory ride height of my 2001 Suburban has bothered me for some time, but thanks to the easy installation and excellent quality of my new Eibach rear coil springs, it sits level and rides secure. It was no harder than changing the factory shocks and replacing the coils!
Reviewed By William G (Novi, MI) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Escape —11/18/2016 6:05 PM
My 2012 Escape was high in rear so I purchased H&R lowering springs. I had to include fronts in the purchase because thats the only way to buy. Advertised drop was one and one half inch. After installing real springs the drop in rear was almost two and one half inches. Disappointed in how much drop it gave me. Unable to line up rear camber with that much drop and headlights cannot be adjusted down enough. Difficult to get factory springs out, don't try this at home.