I did the same thing, and wondered the same thing, but everything worked out just fine.
BTW, if you have a Type SH, you should have the front perch lowered to help level out the car due to differences between the base and type SH suspensions.
Thats an ok deal. You should have done mine and saved $100.
I dont think you would have ruined anything, once they are on everything should be straightened out.
If you only knew the power of the Lude...
'98 Red Base Prelude
"Straights are for fast cars. Turns are for fast drivers." - SCCA Solo2
AEM CAI, APEX-i VAFC, Neuspeed Ft Up Strut Bar, 28 mm Neuspeed RR Sway Bar, Neuspeed Sport Springs, Koni Yellows, and SH RR Deck installed. Shock knock cure done. Installing Quaife ATB Differential.
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