Lowering teh car

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  1. Deabs

    Deabs New Member

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    I just got a jetta about a week or so ago and im looking to get it lowered. Problem is I dont know how to do it myself and i dont know where in cleveland i could get it done. any suggestions as to places in northeastern ohio to where i could go?
     
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    Deabs New Member

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    dont everyone jump in at once with ideas
     
  3. Soltaker

    Soltaker 03-18-2015 #NEVERFORGET

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    how about asking in the right forum? :rofl:
     
  4. KeeperOfAcheron

    KeeperOfAcheron I dub thee Sir Phobos, Knight of Mars, beater of a

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    You can do it yourself if ya got the balls. It was actually really easy to swap new springs into a few of my friends rides. Not to sure about the Jetta though.
     
  5. F1fan

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    M3 makes a very good point.

    Decide what your goals are.

    If it looks just get springs.

    If ride and/or performance are important that springs only is not a good choice. You should look a suspension package like coilovers that will have the damper and spring rates matched appropriately. Additionally bigger anti-sway bars should also be considered because the Jetta has way too much body roll in stock (including the "sport suspension") form IMO.
     

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