Tsportline lowering springs SR+

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Jaird23

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Well finally installed my TSportline lowering springs for my sr+....
Before the install i used to be able to put 4 fingers all around, after install front has 3 fingers measuring 28 1/4 from floor to the top arch of the front fender and the rear has loose 2 finger gap measuring 27 3/4... my question is why so much gap difference bet front and rear? and from the other post iv seen the front is lower than the rear inches wise... did i/we make a mistake w the install? pls advice ... tia
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Finger measurement is not an accurate form of measuring.

The front wheel arches of vehicles have larger openings to allow more tolerance as the vehicle is steering while accommodating road conditions.