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IxkissablexI
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Mar 23, 7:23pm - #133110 
How much does it usually cost 2 get your cellie dropped?!

I think Va actually has a law in inches how low you can drop it but besides that ...how much and where can you go 2 get it dropped..?

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Mar 23, 7:27pm - #133111 
Originally Posted by IxkissablexI
I think Va actually has a law in inches how low you can drop it but besides that ...how much and where can you go 2 get it dropped..?

springs online for 200shipped, and one day in the garage putting them in. its not hard


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Mar 23, 7:34pm - #133112 
Originally Posted by NorwayGT
Originally Posted by IxkissablexI
I think Va actually has a law in inches how low you can drop it but besides that ...how much and where can you go 2 get it dropped..?

springs online for 200shipped, and one day in the garage putting them in. its not hard


my friend bo did that but im garage chanllenged.. could be this whole being a girl thing.. im not sure yet.

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Mar 23, 7:41pm - #133113 
They wanted 75 per springs from me, so if you can't find a way to do it or get a friend to do it for cheap, its gonna cost you 200-300 plus another 50 for the alignment, depends on where you live sometimes.


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Mar 23, 8:05pm - #133114 
thats only if you get springs, if you get camber(recommended) and the rest of the suspension (reccomended) it will runb ya morelike 500-600


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Mar 23, 8:05pm - #133115 
its not hard to install them yourself. Just be prepared to spend a little time on the rear ones!!

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Mar 23, 8:11pm - #133116 
Originally Posted by Lil_Terror
its not hard to install them yourself. Just be prepared to spend a little time on the rear ones!!



see...i cant even change a tire...so that might be a problem...

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Mar 23, 8:19pm - #133117 
Originally Posted by IxkissablexI
Originally Posted by Lil_Terror
its not hard to install them yourself. Just be prepared to spend a little time on the rear ones!!



see...i cant even change a tire...so that might be a problem...


rofl obviously


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Mar 23, 10:35pm - #133118 
Originally Posted by trdcelica13
They wanted 75 per springs from me, so if you can't find a way to do it or get a friend to do it for cheap, its gonna cost you 200-300 plus another 50 for the alignment, depends on where you live sometimes.


$75 per spring!!! DAMN, thats a lot of money spineyes

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Know666
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Mar 23, 10:56pm - #133119 
$75 per spring?!?! i guess thats why the alignment only cost you $50 wtf

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Mar 23, 11:50pm - #133120 
Originally Posted by IxkissablexI
Originally Posted by Lil_Terror
its not hard to install them yourself. Just be prepared to spend a little time on the rear ones!!



see...i cant even change a tire...so that might be a problem...

grin

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Mar 24, 4:18pm - #133121 
damn anyone kno where i can get springs for my '90 celica..i found some but they were like 250 for the set


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