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Probably a obvious reason but why do you get gap when lowering and how much did you lower them by vs the stock links?
you don’t “get gap” when lowering. Lowering the car makes the normal fender gap (put there to prevent the tires from hitting the fender as shipped from the factory) REALLY REALLY obvious. So from an esthetic point of view, you use spacers to push out the wheels a little to “fill the gap”.
 

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you don’t “get gap” when lowering. Lowering the car makes the normal fender gap (put there to prevent the tires from hitting the fender as shipped from the factory) REALLY REALLY obvious. So from an esthetic point of view, you use spacers to push out the wheels a little to “fill the gap”.
Correct, I didnt phrase it correctly the first time

Probably a obvious reason but why do you get gap when lowering and how much did you lower them by vs the stock links?
Lowered by about an inch
 
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