Had a thread under a different topic, so thought I'd share my reviews, issues, and photos here.
I previously had all stock: coils w/spacer, kyb shocks, and multi-leaf springs. The ride height was good/aligned. I also had 235/45/17 & 275/40/17 tires. After asking for help choosing a suspension kit, many advised that my rear tire setup would cause rubbing etc.. so I downsized the rears to 245/45/17.
Photo below (before)
I ended up getting the Ridetech StreetGrip suspension, and just had it installed. Overall, I can't explain how happy I am with the handling/comfort difference.
However...the only issue that's causing me pain is finding the best solution to align the ride height
. Currently, the front is too lowered compared to the rear
I've been asking around, and speaking to some of you. I've been told to go with lowering blocks and some suggested to just get 2" leaf springs from summit.
Note: The ridetech leafs are mono, and my perches are multi-leaf.
I'm about to order the Ridetech 1" lowering block for Multi-leaf, but looking at photos below..I doubt the 1" will help align the height much. This is what it looks like now.
I spoke with Ridetech, since they have this photo below of the streetgrip with the height aligned, yes meatier rears but still perfectly aligned. They suggested to go with the 1" lowering block. The other reason is the quarter in my car is rounded vs this 69..
What options would you suggest on doing to get the ride aligned as close as possible.
Just hoping to get more additional feedback on here, and photos of similar setups.