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Dec 28, 10:32am - #1342 
Springs or Coilovers? need help

i'm just tryin to decide whether i want to get the eibach sportline springs, or the ground control coilovers. I was hoping y'all could give me some pros and cons to both and let me know which you think i should get. thanks...

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Dec 28, 11:07am - #1343 
NO COILOVERS!!! you have to replace the shocks because the OEM shocks will not allow you to lower the front and you will more than likely blow your shocks...get springs unless you are getting a full coilover kit (about a grand or more)...go with srpings...TRD springs are nice...i have mine sitting here waiting to be put on...as far as i know Eibach makes the TRD springs...one thing to consider is warranty...if you still have warranty go with TRD to keep it...hope it helps...peace


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