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      02-16-2012, 12:55 AM   #4
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This is an easy way to get more ride height in the rear of your M3 for any coilover systems using 60mm springs.

If you have KW V3, CS or Competition and need more ride height, these will work with KW springs as well and has been very popular with the non-M 1 and 3-series guys with a faulty KW height adjuster design and/or too short of springs supplied, which allow insufficient rear ride height even fully extended.

This height adjuster design also have added locator height for the installation of optional thrust bearings.