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      12-28-2019, 09:47 AM   #1
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Question for mperformance coilover owners.

I just installed the coilovers and a question came to my mind.
The front has the small screw to lock the perch in place but there is nothing in the back,I was wondering what did you guys used for this purpose. I don't want to use thread lock but I don't want it to spin. Usually coilovers have 2 perches...🤔

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"Some" coilovers have two rings on which the perch sits. The rears are not prone to movement, given that they are basically wound all the way down to meet the stated ride height (or, for those with 'port installed' items, there's a spacer that goes between the adjuster ring and the mount). HTH
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"Some" coilovers have two rings on which the perch sits. The rears are not prone to movement, given that they are basically wound all the way down to meet the stated ride height (or, for those with 'port installed' items, there's a spacer that goes between the adjuster ring and the mount). HTH
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"Some" coilovers have two rings on which the perch sits. The rears are not prone to movement, given that they are basically wound all the way down to meet the stated ride height (or, for those with 'port installed' items, there's a spacer that goes between the adjuster ring and the mount). HTH
I don't have any spacer... Putting it all the way down I go lower than the recommended settings which is 60
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They still don't move.

The fronts might, but don't over tighten that screw.
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