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shocks/dampers #136211 Mar 26, 6:12pm Mar 26, 6:12pm
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shocks/dampers
what are goods ones, kyb agx's or tokico's
ide save up for tein h.e.'s but them bad boys are expensive


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Re: shocks/dampers [Re: wherdZ] #136212 Mar 26, 6:30pm Mar 26, 6:30pm
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I don't have any experience with KYB's, so can't really comment on them. I love my Tokico's though.


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Re: shocks/dampers [Re: wherdZ] #136213 Mar 26, 10:28pm Mar 26, 10:28pm
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Originally Posted by wherdZ
what are goods ones, kyb agx's or tokico's
ide save up for tein h.e.'s but them bad boys are expensive

KYB AGX are adjustable shocks you can adjust stiffness from really soft to very hard. Tokico just a shocks but (If I'm not mistaken) slightly shorter than a regular shocks.
But I's really depends on your springs. If you getting TRD spring best shocks will be the TRD , If you getting Eibach Pro ar Sportlines best would be for you to buy Eibach shocks...


Re: shocks/dampers [Re: wherdZ] #136214 Mar 27, 11:52am Mar 27, 11:52am
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do tokico's come adjustable


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Re: shocks/dampers [Re: wherdZ] #136215 Mar 27, 7:44pm Mar 27, 7:44pm
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Re: shocks/dampers [Re: RoMkApOmKa] #136216 Mar 27, 8:15pm Mar 27, 8:15pm
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Originally Posted by RoMkApOmKa
Originally Posted by wherdZ
what are goods ones, kyb agx's or tokico's
ide save up for tein h.e.'s but them bad boys are expensive

KYB AGX are adjustable shocks you can adjust stiffness from really soft to very hard. Tokico just a shocks but (If I'm not mistaken) slightly shorter than a regular shocks.
But I's really depends on your springs. If you getting TRD spring best shocks will be the TRD , If you getting Eibach Pro ar Sportlines best would be for you to buy Eibach shocks...

how much do those usually run for?

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