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Springs > #10293 Mar 23, 10:20pm Mar 23, 10:20pm
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If i buy some lowering springs and take them off for the winter and put my stock springs. is it hard to place and replace them?

Re: Springs > [Re: AzynPryd333] #10294 Mar 23, 10:53pm Mar 23, 10:53pm
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I think you need a special tool. A spring compressor. That would be too much of a hassle for me. Could you get coilovers to adjust the ride height?

Re: Springs > [Re: Grand-Touring-Dan] #10295 Mar 24, 9:39am Mar 24, 9:39am
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Coil-overs would be the best way to go. After raising or lowering the car you need to adjust the alignment either way (coil-over or replacing). Alot of auto parts stores rent spring compressors so it's just the hassle of doing the work. Hope this helps.
Robert


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Re: Springs > [Re: RAWGTS] #10296 Mar 24, 10:38am Mar 24, 10:38am
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thanks everybody. got one more question is it hard to adjust them

Re: Springs > [Re: AzynPryd333] #10297 Mar 24, 10:39am Mar 24, 10:39am
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o yeah i need to get shocks too right?

Re: Springs > [Re: AzynPryd333] #10298 Mar 25, 12:49am Mar 25, 12:49am
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yea, you need shocks.

Re: Springs > [Re: Grand-Touring-Dan] #10299 Mar 25, 8:21am Mar 25, 8:21am
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If you get real coil-overs, they are a complete unit - shock tube with threaded collar, spring, etc. If you get a kit that is just the "slip on" threaded collar and spring then you would have to get shocks or use your stock shocks.
Robert


'03 GT-S w/ Action Package. AEM CAI. TWM SS. Pivot Adj. Shift Light. Veilside Ti Teardrop Exhaust. Intrax Springs. Hotchkiss Sway Bars. APR Front Strut Brace. APR Canards. ADR Flite 5 Wheels w/Bridgestone 225/40/18 SO3 Pole Position Tires. Autometer Cobalt guages.
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