I recently put 20s on my challenger sxt but now it’s sitting like a truck. What’s the best route to lowering my car without spending nearly $1000 on coilovers? (I know the rims aren’t that great, just wanted the bigger tire look, got them cheap)
WeatherTech Floor Mats (F&R)/New SPC Rear Camber Bushings/CoverCraft UVS1000 Custom
I have a front and rear set of lightly used WeatherTech Floor Mats for sale. These fit the Dodge Challenger. Asking $100 shipped in the USA only. Let me know if you have any questions.
I ordered dual QTP Low Profile Electric Cutouts, went to have them installed and the shop said they couldn't because the car sits to low.
My Challenger is dropped 1.7 inches and has low profile tires. The shop said a bump would rip the cutouts right off?
Has anyone else tried to...
Hurst Stage 1 Spring Kit for the 2011-2016 Dodge Challenger R/T and SRT8
Hurst Part #6130010
Fits 2011-2016 Dodge Challenger R/T and SRT8 Models
The Hurst Stage One Spring Kit is an excellent choice for firming up the handling of your car and giving it that 'Just...
Hurst Part #6320010
Fits 2010-2014 Dodge Challenger R/T.
The Hurst Stage One Suspension Kit is an excellent choice for firming up the handling of your car and giving it that "Just Right" stance. This suspension kit will lower your vehicle approximately one inch...
Ive been interested in lowering my car for quite sometime now. Just trying to see what people recommend to do for lowering.
Id love to get close to like a 2" drop so I can get close to getting rid of that wheel gap.
Is it true all I would really need would be just lowering springs? I feel like...
Looking for a Camber Kit: *Camber adjustable Front upper control arms and rear camber bushings*
I lowered my Challenger on Eibach Sportline springs and have slight negative camber in the rear and quit a bit on the front passenger side. So I am planning to install a camber kit.