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aFe Control Lowering Springs 08-13 BMW M3 (E90/92)

aFe
AFE410-503006-N
20+ Units In Stock - Ships Next Business Day
Lowering Springs
$ 357.00
$ 357.00

aFe Control is proud to release the PFADT Series, Lowering Kit for 2005 & Up Corvette C6 & C7. This lowering kit is designed to lower your C6/C7 up to 1.25" enhancing the sleek, body lines, and giving it a more aggressive, stylish look. Designed to work with the factory transverse leaf springs, the package includes 4 lowering bolts. These aren't ordinary bolts, unlike the factory bolt and pad, our bolts feature a CNC, machined stainless steel stud with wrench flats, mated to a articulating foot, and a nylon foot pad. This design offers years of corrosion resistance and smooth suspension articulation, and quiet operation. Designed as a direct fit installation, no modifications is necessary. The lowering kit can be used with factory shock a bsorbers, or for a even better ride, try our Johnny O'Connell signature series shock upgrade.

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Year Make Model Submodel
2008-2013 BMW M3 Base

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