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FastLaneBaller33
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FastLaneBaller33 Mar 2, 10:08pm - #115820 
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springs (still working on my suspension)

the shorter springs go in the front and the lonegr springs in the back correct?
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v3n0m Mar 2, 10:15pm - #115821 

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the longer should go on the front & the shorter in the rear, that's how the rear gets dropped far enough to make the car level
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FastLaneBaller33 Mar 2, 10:24pm - #115822 
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thank you for saving my ass
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v3n0m Mar 2, 10:45pm - #115823 

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where's the instructions?
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xmangt1 Mar 3, 9:38am - #115824 

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Question answered!
Nice v3nOm!
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