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As many of you have seen, my front dips far lower than my rear. Has anyone driven with the crosstour lowered on tl parts thru winter??

i'm scared to get stuck lOL
 

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not yet i think this will be everyones first lowered winter!
 

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I have! honestly its not really bad. for a more leveled look, u can machine a ring to wedge between the front fork and strut.
 

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i am going to leave it slamed and put snows on add turn off traction control and have fun!
 

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lmfao my tpms arent programed.. i figured its pointless... since snow fucks up the tpms anyways
 

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I guess this goes without say...

But a LOWERED suspension/chasis has obvious ground clearance issues, but you ALSO lose traction on slippery, uneven surfaces with a lower firmer setup.

So, bottom line: either get an active adjustable suspension for OPTIMAL winter/summer traction....or stick with the std. ride height, spring rates.

Don't forget the snow tires. :D

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