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If I just wanted to lower the back of my xb where it can be level with the front wheel area, which lowering springs match that well? Also would I need to get anything done with the shocks or anything like that after having the lowering springs installed?
 

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I'd suggest the Tanabe NF210. From reading, they provide a very level stance as well as a very comfortable ride. No need to replace the stock struts/shocks until they die of natural causes. If you prefer something more sporting, I suggest Eibach Prokit, though the rear is just a tad higher.
 

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I looked in some past post on this site and I read that it's not a good idea to just lower one part of the XB. Is that true or just someone's opinion?
 

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Tanabe NF210 drops both front and rear and it seems the result is very level.
I have a set of Tanabe NF210 installed and I agree with TrevorS. I like the resulting ride, handling, and stance.

Tanabe says in their instructions:
REQUEST: We recommend you install both front and rear when you install our suspension.
That said, there is nothing preventing you from doing otherwise. I think I read that someone even combined Tanabe with TRD springs. It's a free country!
 

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Just catching this thread. I've heard of people using first gen rear coils on second gen's to level them. Just a thought.
How sure are you of this? This could save me a lot of money.
 

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