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Question Stock ride height? (Measurement)

I'm trying to figure out how much my car is dropped. What are the stock measurements (front & rear) in what I have shown in the pic below. I'm mostly interested in the sedan measurements. Thanks!

My car is currently at 12-1/16" both front and rear.

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This is the best I can do.... its just the gap, but you can add about 12" theoretically for the rim and tire...
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Looks like about 13.5-13.75 to me

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Re: Stock ride height? (Measurement)

I got stock springs, 2001 EX sedan.

Drivers Side:
Front: 14.25"
Rear: 14"

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I'm trying to figure out how much my car is dropped. What are the stock measurements (front & rear) in what I have shown in the pic below. I'm mostly interested in the sedan measurements. Thanks!

My car is currently at 12-1/16" both front and rear.

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Thanks guys.

According to my calculations:
F: 2.2" drop
R: 1.9" drop
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