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TRD springs #128950 Mar 18, 10:12pm Mar 18, 10:12pm
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Hey guys, I need your advice, I live in New York and as you may know the roads are horrible, I have 17" wheels and my tires are 40 profile. I want to drop my car but the Eibach sport line ( 2' drop) is too low for me. I want something reliable, do you think TRD springs will do it? Where can i find TRD springs cheap?? Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.


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Re: TRD springs [Re: matadorgts] #128951 Mar 18, 10:58pm Mar 18, 10:58pm
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Re: TRD springs [Re: matadorgts] #128952 Mar 18, 10:59pm Mar 18, 10:59pm
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Re: TRD springs [Re: matadorgts] #128953 Mar 18, 11:00pm Mar 18, 11:00pm
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I don't know anyone who has ever had anything bad to say about their TRD springs... but it's not much of a visable difference. Unless you have some sort of super-low body kit, you should be fine with a 2" drop.


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Re: TRD springs [Re: matadorgts] #128954 Mar 18, 11:02pm Mar 18, 11:02pm
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If Sportlines to low for you why dont you just try Gold-line springs. Gold-lines are higer than Sportlines but lower than TRD.
TRD are nice but drop is not to low for my taste.
I live in MD and I have Sportlines with VS-1 kit and I'm ok... Do not worry you will be ok with Gold-lines-100% thumbsup
P.S. You can get Gold-Line springs from E-celica store $135. wave

Re: TRD springs [Re: matadorgts] #128955 Mar 18, 11:35pm Mar 18, 11:35pm
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Eibach Pro or TRD are both very good choices if you don't want to drop it lower than 1.2"

- I have the latter

Re: TRD springs [Re: matadorgts] #128956 Mar 19, 7:20am Mar 19, 7:20am
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i have 17's with 40 profile tires and TRD springs...

i recommend them..the gap isn't big and it looks fine...check out my profile for pics.


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Re: TRD springs [Re: matadorgts] #128957 Mar 19, 7:41am Mar 19, 7:41am
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Thanks... I am gonna go with the TRD ones.


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Re: TRD springs [Re: matadorgts] #128958 Mar 19, 10:49am Mar 19, 10:49am
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Originally Posted by matadorgts
Thanks... I am gonna go with the TRD ones.

good choice!

Re: TRD springs [Re: matadorgts] #128959 Mar 19, 1:34pm Mar 19, 1:34pm
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Where can I get cheap TRD springs...the best price i found so far is $189 + shipping.


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Re: TRD springs [Re: matadorgts] #128961 Mar 19, 2:25pm Mar 19, 2:25pm
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Originally Posted by matadorgts
Where can I get cheap trd springs...the best price i found so far is $189 + shipping.


try www.trdracing.com

i got mine from toyota dealer for 173.


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Re: TRD springs [Re: matadorgts] #128962 Mar 19, 2:41pm Mar 19, 2:41pm
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Re: TRD springs [Re: matadorgts] #128963 Mar 19, 3:02pm Mar 19, 3:02pm
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Originally Posted by matadorgts
Where can I get cheap trd springs...the best price i found so far is $189 + shipping.


$169.96 + shipping :

www.toyotaparts4u.com/e_catalog

Re: TRD springs [Re: matadorgts] #128964 Mar 19, 3:06pm Mar 19, 3:06pm
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look to see if you can get a better deal on teh eibach pros springs they are teh exact same thing as TRD TRD rebadges eibach springs for the celica


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