H&R Springs RSS Club Sport Coil-Over Suspenion Kit

H&R Springs has one simple philosophy: “Build the best and the rest will follow.”Whether it’s the Premium Performance Coil Over Kit or one of their Sport Springs Sets, H&R’s products are tested and approved by the German government’s TUV agency for quality, safety and reliability. All springs developed by H&R are precision-wound with the highest quality...  Read More

Considering Lowering Your Vehicle?

Considering replacing your Original Equipment springs with lowering springs? A good rule of thumb is that many vehicles can be lowered approximately 1.5 inches without any complications.Eibach Springs and H&R Springs offer options that provide the required spring rates using progressive rate springs that minimize the effect on ride quality. Remember, the...  Read More

Springs for Spring!

Looking to get rid of that unsightly wheel fender gap while simultaneously improving handling, braking and reducing body roll? All for a minimal cost? A set of lowering springs from H&R or Eibach may be the answer. Whether you drive a BMW, Porsche, Audi, Infiniti or even a Honda, lowering springs can make your car more fun to drive!Benefits of lowering...  Read More

Springs and Shocks for Spring

Are you looking to improve the suspension on your vehicle? With options available from companies such as H&R, Eibach and Koni, Tire Rack has the products to improve your vehicle's appearance and handling.   An entry-level introduction to improving your vehicle's appearance and handling is to purchase a set of lowering springs and performance dampers.If you...  Read More

How does ride and handling change with H&R lowering springs?

Ever wonder what to expect when changing out Original Equipment (O.E.) springs to lowering or race springs? The information below is a quick comparison between H&R O.E. Sport Springs, H&R Sport Springs and H&R Race Springs.  H&R OE Sport Springs  H&R Sport Springs H&R Race Springs Application Average Everyday Driving Sport Everyday Driving Track Use, Limited Street...  Read More

Just A Little Lower Yet. H&R Sport Springs.

H&R Sport Springs are a great way to lower your vehicle for an aggressive look and high performance handling. Each H&R component is made in Germany and tested and approved by the German government's TUV Agency for quality, safety and reliability. They are further tested and tuned in the USA just outside of Seattle, Washington following the philosophy "build...  Read More

Performance Winter Driving

As I was looking through some recent tire survey comments, I came across this review for the Bridgestone Blizzak LM60. "I've driven two winter seasons on these tires. I have complete faith in getting around in Ohio's mix of winter weather with these tires. Have had no problems in deep (10' snowfall) or light snow. I was amazed too, at how well they preformed...  Read More

Do you have lowering springs and need to buy shock absorbers?

Do you already have lowering spring or are planning to get them and are confused about what shock absorbers to get? This can be confusing with so may choices out there. I recommend the KONI Sport Shocks. 1. KONI Sport Shocks are adjustable. You can adjust the damper for the amount of rebounding damping that you want. This allows you to change the handling...  Read More

Lowering the Mustang

We have the lowering springs you need if you are looking for a way to reduce that large wheel well gap that most modern Mustangs have as well as improve the vehicle's handling.  The Eibach Pro-Kit Spring Set and H&R Sport Springs are two very popular options that offer a moderate amount of lowering while still maintaining much of the original ride quality....  Read More

Suspension Products at Tire Rack

Tire Rack not only sells tires, but has a large selection of suspension parts for your vehicles. We carry Eibach Springs, H&R Springs, Bilstein Shocks and Koni Shock Absorbers just to mention a few.Eibach lowering springs give your vehicle a great look and maintain good ride quality while enhancing cornering performance. So if you are looking to give your...  Read More

Looking to lower your vehicle?

Tire Rack offers a number of high-quality suspension products that can take your vehicle down a notch, but first, make note that you shouldn't go any lower than 1.5 inches below stock settings. We'd hate for you to negatively affect ride and drive performance. That said, we're big fans of H&R Springs. They're made in Germany and precision-wound with the...  Read More

Lowered Cars the Right Way

You have the new plus one or plus two Wheel & Tire Package on your BMW and you are thinking you don't like the wheel well gap. What do you do? The correct answer -- lower the car with some new springs from H & R. That will take away the wheel well gap without giving up the ride quality you like. H & R Sport Springs have the handling characteristics and...  Read More

Suspension Upgrade 101

When upgrading your car's suspension, it is important to remember that you're going to be the person doing the driving and will have to deal with the ride quality on a daily basis. Whether it is MINI Cooper Suspension, Corvette Suspension, Mustang Suspension or WRX Suspension there is usually a trade-off in ride quality for performance.Personally when I...  Read More

Get the low down on suspension.

When it comes to your vehicle's suspension settings, there's always a little bit of flexibility. Many drivers like to lower their vehicle to enhance its aesthetics, but you have to be really careful about how low you go. Take it down too much and you put yourself at risk for negative ride quality, bad tire wear—and you just might "bottom out."Keep in mind...  Read More

"It's a Jeep Thing Part" Part 4

The Jeep looks good without the H&R springs. But as I mentioned in Part 2 the H&R sport spring set should make it perfect.As always, matching your vehicle to the application is the key to success and a mild one-inch lift should be a solid choice by not getting too high and destabilizing the ride yet enough to achieve the goal of a weekend warrior. I have ...  Read More

BMW M Roadster Suspension Upgrade

Take a look at the BMW Shock Absorber and overall suspension upgrade I did on my 1999 BMW M Roadster before I traded it a couple years back. I do miss it, and was verry happy with the suspension upgrade I did on the car. First I installed the KONI Sport Shocks. They offered great performance and rebound adjustability so the ride didn't suffer any more then...  Read More

"It's a Jeep Thing" Part 2

After fitting up the new tires and wheels I think the BFGoodrich tires look perfect on the Dick Cepek wheels! Checking for clearance we are left with over an inch and a half all the way around at full lock to lock with stock ride height.  The only real concern is that the tire sticks out from the fender by about 2 inches due to the -12 wheel offset and ...  Read More

Before you buy shock absorbers, check out our test results.

If you need to update your suspension system with replacement shock absorbers, springs or even an anti-sway bar—you'll want to spend some time reading our test results. We get to know our products so that we can recommend the best of the best to you. It's just one way Tire Rack attempts to streamline your purchase process.Sure, we test tires. But over the...  Read More

Resist the pitch: Check out these springs.

As your tires roll that vehicle of yours down the road, you'll need good suspension components—i.e. springs— to resist the pitch that turns and potholes will throw at you. Though many of our customers choose their springs based on individual requirements (looks, ride quality, handling), we see a lot of them gravitating toward the H&R Sport Spring Set and Eib...  Read More

What is a coil over?

Coil-overs are part of your suspension system. They combine the spring, shock and bump stop. More specifically, the spring encompasses both the shock and the bump stop. Most coil-over applications use an adjustable spring perch, which allows for different vehicle ride heights without having to change the springs. And that, in turn, gives your vehicle a very...  Read More