When it comes to vehicles one of the major areas that seem to make or break the way a car looks is stance. For example our stock 2013 Charger Daytona looked more like an SUV with its giant fender to wheel gaps. We wanted to close up the gaps and do it properly. We turned to none other than Hurst Performance Products for their HP Lowering Spring. Our Charger is daily driven and going too low could be detrimental to our front bumper or other body parts. Hurst has done a great job of researching the proper height to give our modern Mopars the perfect muscle car stance without scraping on every little bump.

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