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Get Maximum Motorsports brand spring isolators, they're the thickest ones out there.

.69" thickness front (.25" top, .44" bottom)
.56" thickness rear (.18" top, .38" bottom)

Solid urethane

That's almost an inch at the fenderwell (lever effect of the control arms) over not running isolators at all, and a half inch if you kept the stock ones in.
 

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I'm so confused right now. What's your question?
 

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I'm so confused right now. What's your question?
He doesn't have one; he's telling people that if they put springs in that dumped them too low, they could get the car back up by swapping to MaxMo isos rather than having to change out springs.
 

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He doesn't have one; he's telling people that if they put springs in that dumped them too low, they could get the car back up by swapping to MaxMo isos rather than having to change out springs.
:facepalm:
 

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I know the front ones were around $25 a little while ago.
 

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If the rear is low, then lower the front more to make it look right
 

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This could solve my H&R's being too low issue if that happens. Gotta install them first and see how it is. If it's too low I will pick these up.
 

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This could solve my H&R's being too low issue if that happens. Gotta install them first and see how it is. If it's too low I will pick these up.
Mine were OK with just an X pipe, but when I put the longtubes on I needed a way to make up the difference without buying new springs.
 
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