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Disadvantage of Setting Coilovers with very little preload

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Old 11-21-2011, 07:32 PM   #1
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Disadvantage of Setting Coilovers with very little preload

As the title says, I'm wondering if there is any disadvantage to setting a set of coilovers with very little preload on the spring. I'm planning to set them at around 1in of lift. Will they be too soft, wander on the highway, etc?
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