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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-01-2019, 01:24 PM Thread Starter
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Lowering the NOX

I have a 2015 Chevy Equinox that I would like to lower 1.5-2 inches. I keep reading that there are no coil overs or lowering shocks available for this year model. My husband has bagged a few rides but Im not looking for that kind of investment. Has anyone lowered their Nox and if so what way did you go?!
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There use to be lower springs that where custom'd made years ago for members in here. Which was a group buy at the time. Other than that there are no other options out there to lower the equinox. The nox isn't your average modding type vehicle. It's either you spend good money and find a specialty shop that will create custom springs for you or there's the bagging option which you don't want to do or if you can find an older member here that would sell you there used springs. But options to do this mod is slim to none. It has to be a custom job.

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There use to be lower springs that where custom'd made years ago for members in here. Which was a group buy at the time. Other than that there are no other options out there to lower the equinox. The nox isn't your average modding type vehicle. It's either you spend good money and find a specialty shop that will create custom springs for you or there's the bagging option which you don't want to do or if you can find an older member here that would sell you there used springs. But options to do this mod is slim to none. It has to be a custom job.


doesnít eibach make them? or at least one point i think they did, i remember looking at them when i had my Ď15 bit decided ground clearance in the snow was more important


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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-02-2019, 01:41 AM
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I am running one of the sets made on my TER. Mine has settled to almost 3 inches lowered

You can purchase from MEGAN RACING (if they still make)
Springs for a SATURN VUE REDLINE, but you will also have to use the Struts off a VUE (Direct Bolt Up)


I have also read on here, that there is a company that will make you a set for $500-700


I have tried finding someone to do coil-overs and had no success in So Calif, well I did talk to one company and they said $3500 for custom coil overs


Also another guy posted once, were he relocated mounts and use VW parts





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There use to be lower springs that where custom'd made years ago for members in here. Which was a group buy at the time. Other than that there are no other options out there to lower the equinox. The nox isn't your average modding type vehicle. It's either you spend good money and find a specialty shop that will create custom springs for you or there's the bagging option which you don't want to do or if you can find an older member here that would sell you there used springs. But options to do this mod is slim to none. It has to be a custom job.
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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-20-2019, 06:20 PM
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I have the alternate problem. Living on rural gravel roads, I wouldn't mind raising the Nox we have a couple of inches to deal with the roads a little better. But we just got it, so will play a wait and see as to whether such a mod is even worth the effort.
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