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I went with 2017 OEMs but Alfa replaced mine for free so it was an easy decision. As said above, I have to proactively look for trouble spots cuz of the lower height.
How did you get them to do that? I have a 2019 (build 2018) and it sits up high and I also want it to drop but not too much and certainly don't want to sacrifice ride quality.
I had somebody suggest to try to get this replaced under warranty (mine only has 650mls).
Thanks for any tips you have.
 

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I just printed the service bulletin on these springs showed it to my service advisor and told them that I should be covered. They spoke to Alfa, got the approval and replaced the springs. Took them a week to get the parts and complete the service.
 

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Thank you Jason. Will the ST spring lower my ride height by 3/4” front and back?
It lowered my '17 roughly 2 cm front and only 1.4 cm rear. This is after settling for almost 1000kms and about 2-3 weeks time. But no two cars will sit the same, so perhaps yours may be more evened out front to rear.
 
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