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Tire, Wheels And Suspension Forum
Sponsored by: TireRack.com Talk about tires and wheels , Discuss springs, coilovers, struts, sways, and all related topics for your Bimmer.
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Your Ride: 1995 325i
I think springs pretty much last the life of the car, absent any crash or major pot hole incident. The "sponginess" over time comes from the shocks needing replacement, I'd venture. As to lowering, it only seems logical that the camber, and other parameters, would change, best to inquire of a shop specializing in alignment and such to get the word from them beforehand.