Find lowering springs for your car
A lowering kit is a complete kit of lowering springs, which lower your car a certain number of millimeters. Typically this will be 40 mm or 60 mm.
If you want to install lowering springs that lowers your car more than 40 mm, we recommend that you install the lowering springs on top of sport shock absorbers, which are made for a more extreme lowering.
The cars standard shock absorbers will rarely be able to handle the extra number of millimeters, since the standard shock absorbers are simply not built for this.
Another thing is that the shock absorbers that has been on your car forever probably won't be in good enough condition to handle any extra lowering.
So either way, you might want to consider buying new shock absorbers for your car, when you're buying new springs - regardless of lowering height.
Buying Guide: Lowering Springs
You're looking for lowering springs, so you can lower your car.
In the menu above you can choose your cars make and model.
Here you'll find all the brands, like AP lowering springs, Vogtland lowering springs, TA-Technix lowering springs, Eibach lowering springs, ST lowering springs, KW adjustable lowering springs and H&R lowering springs.
You can find help choosing the right lowering springs by using the guides and information above.
Under all guides there is a lot of information regarding TÜV Part certificates, measuring the struts, rear axle type, etc. You can also find a guide on the different brands, prices and quality here.
Find the right lowering springs for your car
We'll help guide you to the right choice.
To find precisely the right lowering springs for your car, it's important that you know the following information.
Here is an example with an Audi:
The axleload of your car can only be found on your cars type plate, sometimes also known as a "chassis label" or "whole type approval plate". It is usually found in the doorframe or under the hood in the engine compartment.
Type plate info:
NB: If you can't find the type plate on your car or there isn't one, you need to get a hold of your cars manufacturer - They are the only ones who can help you find the axleload for your exact car.
You now have all the information you need, and can now search for lowering springs that match your car in our webshop.
In the webshop you'll see product cards like this one:
On the product card there is also listed axleload (front and back). It is important that the axleload specified on the product card is as close as possible to the axleload of your car.
Caution: The axleload specified on the productcard can exceed than the axleload of your car. However, your cars axleload must NEVER exceed the axleload specified on the productcard.
You should now be capable of finding the right lowering springs that match your car.
If you're still in doubt or if you can't find lowering springs that fits your car, you're welcome to send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, with all of the data mentioned above and preferably a picture of your type plate.
Find your cars axleload
You need to know your cars axleload, before you can find the right lowering springs. Find the axleload on your cars type plate – See our expanded guide here.
If you're looking for coilovers, you can use the menu pictured below to filter for only coilovers when you've found your car.
You can also use our Buying Guide - Coilovers, to find the perfect coilovers for your car.
Find sports suspension
If you're looking for sports suspension, you can use the menu pictured below to filter for only sports suspensions when you've found your car.
You can also use our Buying Guide - Sports Suspensions, to find the perfect sports suspension for your car.