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      07-03-2019, 12:27 PM   #1
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KW HAS spring rates

I've searched and can't find the actual rates. How close are they to stock rates? I had a blown front strut so picked up a HAS kit that came fully assembled with complete front uprights. I put them in lowered all the way down and it's perfect with the stock rears. If they aren't any different I don't think I need to swap out the rears?

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I may be wrong, but doesn't KW use progressive spring rates?
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