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oas
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oas Mar 15, 9:50pm - #126007 
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lowering

hi i have 16 tiers and wannt to lower it but i am getting 17 or 18 tier later so teh question is how mutch shall i lower and wath kit shall i use.
and i drive my car at winter with 16 whil it be a problem since i lower it so it looked good with 18 in the summer or whil it not be mutch differnt high becuase of 18 and 16 tiers
tongue that was bad wroten but my english is no good hop you understand
and plz post some picks of celicas with 17 and 18 wath shudd i get
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ToiletPaper
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ToiletPaper Mar 16, 3:33am - #126008 
2000 Liquid Silver Toyota Celica GT
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if you want a drop not too low, go with TRD.
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JAY-C
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JAY-C Mar 16, 4:42am - #126009 
2003 Super White Toyota Celica
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santa barbara county , califor...
eibach in my opinion is good

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RoMkApOmKa
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RoMkApOmKa Mar 16, 4:45am - #126010 

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Maryland USA
Originally Posted by JAY-C

eibach in my opinion is good

Get Eibach Sportline or Gold-Line springs - Best drop.
Sportlines -$185 from www.Modacar.com
Gold-Lines -$135 from E-Celica store. wave
P.S. I think that Gold-Line springs will be the best chose with 18" rims.
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Sultan
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Sultan Mar 16, 5:02am - #126011 

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Philadelphia, PA
Originally Posted by ToiletPaper
if you want a drop not too low, go with trd.


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