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Lowering Springs? #154347 Apr 14, 8:04am Apr 14, 8:04am
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Lowering Springs?
Has anyone ever used DZ before or know of DZ's REP? I'm seeing these springs on cars more often now and was wondering if I should buy them... they are rather inexpensive.
http://www.streetstyler.com/DropZoneLoweringSprings.htm
or... if I should save my cash and go with the Tanabe springs.
http://www.streetstyler.com/tanabeloweringsprings.htm

Re: Lowering Springs? [Re: hkysk8r86] #154348 Apr 14, 8:47am Apr 14, 8:47am
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Go with the tanabes.

Re: Lowering Springs? [Re: hkysk8r86] #154349 Apr 14, 9:33am Apr 14, 9:33am
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never heard of DZ, so go with Tanabe

Re: Lowering Springs? [Re: v3n0m] #154350 Apr 14, 2:26pm Apr 14, 2:26pm
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I've heard DZ is a good product from other forums, only because they make good shocks(gas shocks) that are easy riders, i was just wondering if their springs were any good. but I'll go w/ the tanabes... or would Eibach's be a better idea?

Re: Lowering Springs? [Re: hkysk8r86] #154351 Apr 14, 3:02pm Apr 14, 3:02pm

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hmmm...tanabe is what i perfer, but eibach sportlines aren't to bad either...

Re: Lowering Springs? [Re: Steven] #154352 Apr 14, 3:03pm Apr 14, 3:03pm
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Originally Posted by Steven
Go with the tanabes.

Re: Lowering Springs? #154353 Apr 14, 3:06pm Apr 14, 3:06pm
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Go with tanabe's. though they have different kinds i say shoot for the df210 springs those lower ur car 2.2 front and 2.5 rear. those are the ones i have. they are on clearance at suprastore.com for like 140 i think. thumbsup

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