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Old 03-10-2015, 03:18 AM
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Anyone have these springs and how do you like them? i will be putting them on my car along with the stock shocks in probably a month. Just looking at what i can expect.
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I have ebach springs on mine which is the same ride hight, and I had stock shocks before it change my shocks the car handled a lot better. Just make sure your bump stops are there otherwise your tires will hit your inner fender wells. Some people say to get an adjustable pan hard bar because your rearend will get slightly squed. I never got a adjustable pan hard bar and after I finally got my new shocks installed I took the car and had a front end alinement and the car was off a hair.
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I can get an alinement for free so if there are any problems we will correct that. Thanks for the heads up.
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