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Bagz
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Bagz May 2, 12:23am - #14417 
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Hotchkis springs question

I bought the springs. my question is can a TOYOTA dealership install them, and does anybody know the price.

Does anybody know where i can do it so it wont cost me that much. I got a quote of 195 dollars for full install at this car sport shop. Fuckin blows. 200 bux for the springs plus 200 bux for install..

SO I DROP MY CAR almost 2 inches for 400 dollars. fuck that. but the fender gap has to go someday, especially when i get my body kit. fuck.

thanx

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EuRoBoYGT May 2, 12:29am - #14418 

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RicePowered May 2, 12:30am - #14419 
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Yes a dealership will install them.

I don't know about in New York ... but here in southern jersey my toyota dealership quoted me $600.00 for install. thumbsdown thumbsdown

If your mechanically inclined you can do-it-yourself by renting a spring compressor from auto-zone or pepboys. A lot of people have done this and they say the rear is a pain-in-the-ass.

Either way just call around and you'll get a good understanding of how much local shops are charging.

I would've love to pay only 200 for a spring install. grin it would've saved me the trouble of doing it myself.

[ 05-01-2003, 05:31 PM: Message edited by: RicePowered ]
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