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Most aftermarket shocks are not designed for the factory ride height.

Changing your springs will reduce a little body roll, springs and shocks would be preferible. Adding Eibach sway bars to that would eliminate body roll.
 
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Mach:can I do sway bars only ? will it be effective? (more)

changing springs worries me.... I dont want to mess with the car too much ... I need to keep it somewhat neutral so it is marketable come sale time ...<br> <br> Are there springs that lower the car only ever so slightly or not at all? whats a rough $$$ on all this ..<br> thanks ...
 
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Re: Mach:can I do sway bars only ? will it be effective? (more)

There aren't 'slight' lowering springs for the CLK. You can always keep your springs if you are worried about the resell value of your car. You can change just the sway bars, however doing so without changing the springs/shocks may not produce the desired results. The 55 has these sway bars already, but its suspension is stiffer than yours. You can try changing just the sway bars to see if that reduces enough body roll for you, and then always do more if needed.
 
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