1998 e36 318i touring - how low can i go

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  1. 1998 e36 318i touring - how low can i go 
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    paulmitchell1984's Car Details
    Model of Car:
    318i SE
    Year of Manufacture:
    1998
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    well after owning my e36 for a week or so now iv decided the front sems a little high so i wan to lower it, but how much lower can i go running 18's with 225/35/18's ?

    i dont think im able to lower the rear as she sits pretty low as she is, unless people have any suggestions

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    Depends on you really-you can drop 40-60mm and possibly more but you'll have to sacrifice ride comfort although does improve handling


    Nice car I like that colour-really suits
     
     

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    paulmitchell1984's Car Details
    Model of Car:
    318i SE
    Year of Manufacture:
    1998
    Transmission Type:
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    Car Body Type:
    Touring

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    would 40-60be ok on standard struts? or am i better upgrading all around, i was looking at the hottuning coilovers, its nevergoing to see a track, and will only ever do countrylanes and motorway driving so nothing too tasking.
     
     

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