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Smile How low can you go!

Best way to lower your Civic?

Pop up to your local B & Q, fill it with bags of patio mortar, then cringe over every bump on the drive home!
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It'll certainly cure the rear "knock". Did the filler flap open any better ?
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Big Boot= Loadsa mortar. Honestly, a lowering kit would be better and wouldn't effect the MPG as much. Anyone seen a lowering kit for the Civic?
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Big Boot= Loadsa mortar. Honestly, a lowering kit would be better and wouldn't effect the MPG as much. Anyone seen a lowering kit for the Civic?
i lowered my Civic today
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i lowered my Civic today
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lol i had a similar situation on the weekend at the garden centre, be careful my dad says once he thought hed be clever filling his car full and all the springs went and lots of money too lol
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