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Hi guys new to this site , I own a 2011 honda crv. so heres my question.
Can i lift my crv using lowering coilovers with spacers? I know that lowered coils are ride height adjustable why not use those with a spacer? has anyone ever done such a thing?
 

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Haven't heard of it. Some have lifted the Element using a spacer on the strut mounts, but lifting puts a lot more stress on the CV joints/axles. (Most have found that aftermarket axles don't stand up to the abuse, and only the original Honda axles will last.) Lifting it for off-road performance isn't such a great idea, since the CR-V doesn't have low gearing and the anemic 4-cylinder barely gets you up inclines. I wouldn't waste the money on it, quite frankly.
 
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