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injendsmFeb-14-04 04:51 AM
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Originally posted by orzech
I did a searcha nd still wasnt sure what i should do about lowering. This psring i am getting my stock complete 97-99 kit. I am looking to lower my car 1.5 inces. I herd this is a good amount and i plan on gettings some 18's. My questions are how much is an average price for some lowering springs? I have herd of a bunch of brands but dont know which ones? Should i buy struts too? Is it an easy task to change your springs? I will be driving i the winter too so i will prolly change the springs every summer and winter so should i go with an adjustable strut? I want the cheapest, versitile, smoothest ride. How much will this set me back?


if you want a 1.5" drop for fairly cheap while still having a great product, look into tein s tech springs and eibach pro kits. as far as struts are concerned, look into koni yellows and tokico illuminas. those are both adjustable and are pretty good shocks from what ive heard. this setup should set you back four or five hundred.


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NEWBIE ?'s on lowering [View all] , orzech, Feb-14-04 04:49 AM
  RE: NEWBIE ?'s on lowering, injendsm, Feb-14-04 04:51 AM #1
RE: NEWBIE ?'s on lowering, orzech, Feb-14-04 04:55 AM, #2
RE: NEWBIE ?'s on lowering, TeamXtremeRS, Feb-14-04 09:22 AM, #3
RE: NEWBIE ?'s on lowering, orzech, Feb-14-04 12:19 PM, #4
      RE: NEWBIE ?'s on lowering, ModeratoreclipzGST, Feb-14-04 07:11 PM, #5
           RE: NEWBIE ?'s on lowering, orzech, Feb-15-04 11:32 AM, #6
                RE: NEWBIE ?'s on lowering, 96Eclipsed, Feb-16-04 08:55 PM, #7
                     RE: NEWBIE ?'s on lowering, scdsmracr, Feb-16-04 10:09 PM, #8
                          RE: NEWBIE ?'s on lowering, DSM_John, Feb-17-04 04:36 AM, #9

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