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H&R Sport Lowering Coil Springs

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    Let's face it—you gave up on trying to keep your prized ride stock a long time ago. Somewhere between the cat-back exhaust system and the roll cage, you decided to give in to that little voice inside your head urging you to put the pedal to the metal. When you're ready to fully embrace the spirit of sporty street driving, upgrade your suspension with H&R Lowering Coil Springs.

    Inspired by the Autobahn and custom engineered for your auto, H&R Sport Springs tune your suspension for tighter, more responsive handling. These stage 2 spring upgrades drop you down between 1.5" – 1.8", lowering your center of gravity for reduced body roll, decreased wind resistance and a lot less slop in your steering. Plus, their progressive spring rate responds to the road, staying soft when you're cruising and stiffening up as you throw the hammer down.

    More than just a performance upgrade, H & R Sport Springs give your ride a tighter profile, too. They bring your stature down far enough to close the gaps in your wheel wells, making your rims come alive. And since they're constructed from shot-peened steel with a Lifetime Defect Warranty, your HR Sport Springs have the guts to go the distance.

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    140 Customer Reviews

    dennis

    Reviewed by dennis k (TAMPA, FL) Reviewed for a 2015 Dodge Challenger — Jan 07, 2017 1:36 PM

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    Best price, quick delivery. Springs appear to be great quality. Perfect stance and good ride quality.

    Second vehicle with H&R, they`re great!

    Reviewed by jeff b (ARLINGTON, TX) Reviewed for a 2010 Mazda 3 — Dec 29, 2016 8:59 PM

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    What can I say? Not ghetto slammed low, not pogo stiff. A solid, sporty ride that`s a little more than subtle drop. H&R has become my go-to spring.

    Rear lowering springs

    Reviewed by William G (Novi, MI) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Escape — Nov 18, 2016 6:05 PM

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    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.

    Second set of H&R's!!

    Reviewed by Chad B (Mason, TN) Reviewed for a 1999 Subaru Impreza — Oct 10, 2016 5:45 AM

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    My current H&R springs were rusted so bad one broke! After 8+ years on the car, no telling how many miles,track days, and a few northern winters my H&R springs called it quits. I always liked the springs, but never really liked the harshness of bumps. This new set is completely different even though its the same springs! My ride height is still as low as it should be, but higher due to the springs not sagging anymore. Bumps are absorbed nicely and cornering has greatly improved!

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    Reviewed by David B (Toledo, OH) Reviewed for a 2011 Subaru Outback — Sep 27, 2016 11:40 PM

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    lowered the car an inch. cool blue