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      My wife has 2014 CRV AWD and since owning (for 1.5 years), I always felt its rear suspension was too soft. Yes. Made for rear passenger comfort but when loaded down with people and/or rear cargo stuff, it had too much rear sag (for my liking). A few weeks ago, I installed some coil spring inserts (type "C") and it worked great. Its rear suspension now feels firmer without harshness over the hard bumps.

      Note: We don't tow or carry too much heavy weight stuff. Just a little firmer at low cost was my main goal. And best of all, they are a simple DIY install (using jack and liquid soap).

      For more details, surf: 2Pcs Universal Car Shock Absorber Spring Bumper Power Auto Buffers A/B/C/D/E/F Type Spring Bumpers Rubber C Type, Shocks - Amazon Canada

      This might work for you / your desires as well.
       
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      Joel Heals-Taylor

      For my wife's 2014 CRV AWD and wanting a slightly stiffer rear suspension, I simply:

      - Bought & DIY install $30 pair of rear coil spring inserts - Size C. re: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07GFD5STF/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1

      - Might be 1/2" rear lift (at most). In reality, they were a perfect fit and make its visual stance look perfect.

      - Installed myself in my own flat driveway and they worked great. Been using these coil spring inserts since late 2020,

      Note: I'm sure same product is listed on Amazon USA site for less cost.

      Would I install again? Yes - without hesitation. Especially under $40 (including taxes).
       
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      Joel Heals-Taylor

      For my wife's 2014 CRV AWD and wanting a slightly stiffer rear suspension, I simply:

      - Bought & DIY install $30 pair of rear coil spring inserts - Size C. re: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07GFD5STF/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1

      - Might be 1/2" rear lift (at most). In reality, they were a perfect fit and make its visual stance look perfect.

      - Installed myself in my own flat driveway and they worked great. Been using these coil spring inserts since late 2020,

      Note: I'm sure same product is listed on Amazon USA site for less cost.

      Would I install again? Yes - without hesitation. Especially under $40 (including taxes).
      Thanks for the reply, sadly I'm looking for a larger rise on the rears and are looking to not put anything within the springs themselves.
      Tha k you again thoigh
       
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