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Had SR Performance 1" lowering springs on my '16 Ecoboost. Had issues with clunking/knocking so I had Ford Performance progressive Lowering springs installed and it raised my rear end instead of lowering it. I've got a 1.5 inch gap to the fender. Does anyone have any idea why the heck this happened? I am running 275/35/19's in the front and 305/35/19's in the rear. I am really bummed out because my car look a **** of a lot better with the SR springs. The pic below is before the Ford Performance install.
 

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It's not uncommon for springs to need time to "settle". It's been about 3 months now, is it looking better?
 
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