Cressida Wagon Build Update: It's Low!

Springs were at my door when I got home from work today!

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So naturally I got them on as quick as I could. Here it is!

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Here's the "before" height just for comparison

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Naturally, the giganto-sidewall 195/70's rub in the front, so I may well be ordering some 185/60's off TireRack here soon. It also desperately needs an alignment, the panhard rod may need to be adjusted of the axle is off center (if it is, it's not by much), and some limit straps for the rear axle as well. Also one of these:
http://www.xcessivemanufacturing.com/ONLINESTORE.ht…

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But yeah I'm pretty happy with how everything looks (and drives, holy crap). Once I get the smaller tires and skid plate, the front will go a touch lower I think.

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