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If I replace my ND club springs with the roadster sport models, do I need to get new, shorter bump stops too? Also, I've read conflicting opinions as to whether or not I need a new headlight adjuster. Can you help me understand just what else I'll need if I swap out my springs?
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Such a mild amount of lowering with the RoadsterSport springs on stock Bilsteins that you can likely skip the adjusters and keep stock bumpstops. My choice would still be a trim of those stops equal to the amount of lowering because I like more free travel before contacting the stops....or add our stops for 'lowered' cars which are already shorter and higher rate to compensate.
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