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i have a '97 c230. i believe thats the w202. i want the wheels to sit nice and snug up in and around the wheel well but i dont want to loose that comfee mercedes ride! thats probably not possible but if it is what are my options
is heating the springs ever an ok thing to do?
 

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id put my money on

id put my money on a set of h&r lowering springs

theyre for sale on ebay and on the internet
 

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i have a '97 c230. i believe thats the w202. i want the wheels to sit nice and snug up in and around the wheel well but i dont want to loose that comfee mercedes ride! thats probably not possible but if it is what are my options
is heating the springs ever an ok thing to do?




I believe you are not going to sacrifies the comfy ride if you are going to do it right and not changing the current oem rims and tires to a low profile.

H&R Sport Springs and Bilstein Sport Shocks are good combo for our MB.

Pls. complete your BW Profile- Vehicle YR & Model and Location.

Cheers,
JOE55
 
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