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Old 11-16-2014
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To those running coilovers: How did that affect ride quality?

I've got about 100k mi on my 2nd set of Bilsteins, and the front end even with a t-bar crank is sagging in, giving me some inner tire wear I think.

I'm wondering for those that went with a coilover conversion (especially those that are at stock/t-bar cranked height), how did your ride quality on-road change? Was it better? Worse?

New T-bars and shocks and any other assorted hardware, while not the same price obviously as a coilover conversion, is not trivial. I'm wondering if it's worth it to go through the expense of doing it...

Thanks ahead for any feedback!

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