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Options for Lowering/Raising my Car

Yeah I have Eibach lowering springs and just a few yrs ago put on Tokiko HP shocks and struts. Also have CC plates, subframes, and had front end work done before putting shocks and struts and also new rear lower control arms with new stock rear uppers. I have a speaker box in the trunk with one 10 inch sub and an extra battery. Even before I changed the system but took everything out of the trunk, the car lifted some but the front was still higher than the rear. I definitely want to fix this issue and it will also probably help my needing fenders rolled more. I did roll the fenders some and it has helped and nowhere near as bad as it was with just me riding, but with my son in as well it definitely rubs more and is annoying as hell. So what options do I have to be able to manually lower the car as I choose since I probably won't be able to get that perfect ride height otherwise?



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