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I've had several cars lowered now. I have learned that the best way to go about the lowering/aligning thing is to first have the springs installed. Drive the car a 100-200 miles with the old rims on. Then align it and have the new wheels installed.

The reason for this is because new spring need time to settle after you install them. If you align the car right after the install, once the springs settle the alignment will be off again.

I learned this lesson the hard way on my Porsche.

Good luck,
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