We all know that other than the Hypercoils, nobody makes a non-coilover spring for our cars that's worth a damn. They all drop too much and don't have spring rates capable of keeping the car off the bumpstops at any drop. I'm seriously wondering why this is? I mean, other than ignorant consumers (which apparently there must be enough of), who the hell would buy this junk? What blows my mind is that companies that should know better, like Progress, H&R, Eibach, etc. still make this junk. Some of them make great stuff and make other springs that work fine, mostly because we request the proper rates. I mean, what kind of R&D are they doing that they think you can drop a B13 sentra 1.7" and not have the wheel damn near, if not, rubbing on the wheel well liner? And then the spring rates are supposed to keep the car off the bumpstops? Maybe while it's setting still. I don't understand it.