If the spring perch is at the lowest setting and still not low enough, then I think you can use the other bolt connection for the bottom of the dampener which should make the car lower, but you might have a higher preload on the spring with a shorter dampener.
For the install..set the spring perches to the lowest setting, tighten the dampener to snug the spring and that is the lowest setting unless you can use the other bolt connection to attached the bottom of the dampener which should make it even lower.
i saw you replied on a post about blackworks coilovers. just had mine installed yesterday, and set it to its lowest height in the rear. i still have about a 2 finger gap. any idea on what we might have done wrong?
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