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      02-17-2007, 07:11 PM   #1
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any problems driving on H&R springs with 18" wheels?

Hi guys, im recently thinking of getting a set of H&R springs(not sure whether i should get a race or sport, any suggestions?). but the thing is that, it snows alot in here and i dont want to change my springs back and forth all the time, so i was wondering if any of you have had problems driving with the H&R springs driving in the snow. Thank you guys, really appreciate it.
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      02-17-2007, 07:30 PM   #2
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oh btw, i drive a e92 with sports suspension.
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I had a lowered e46 coupe when I lived up in Buffalo... I put winter wheels and GOOD winter tires on for the winter. I never had a problem up there. They were also pretty good about keeping the snow on the roads to a max of 4-5 inches.

I now have an e92 with H&R sport springs... and love it. I didn't want to get the race because they were just a bit too aggresive. I think most people who went with the race had to get their fenders rolled, but I'm not totally sure.
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