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turbokimmees
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May 29, 5:54am - #188131 
Ebay Coilovers help!

Ok...I bought a coilovers off of Ebay and now is in the car. Some how I dont see the car drop any hight??? or may be very little... and the ride is so damn..bumppy...dont feel like there is any shcok travel at all.

can some one please help?? any info?? pic ?? how to?? ect ect??

Thanks.

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PnOyGtS
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May 29, 6:42am - #188132 
Shouldnt have bought coils from ebay you get what you paid for!

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xrage4200
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May 29, 6:55am - #188133 
don't buy coilovers unless you buy the expensive ones, like teins,etcThe sleeve types are bad, and makes the ride bumpy. Just get Teins springs, they are awesome.


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May 29, 11:44am - #188134 
eBay no name Coilovers = thumbsdown

It's best to go named brand for Performance parts...
it would probably better going back to stock till you can get a tried and tested name brand one.. happywink

if it was something like a strut bar located where the struts are suppose to be (not like the srut bar that mounts all the way to the rear of the trunk thumbsdown) then it would be fine as a strut bar is just a bar.. tongue


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May 29, 11:55am - #188135 
put your stock springs back on thumbsup

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GTQuentin
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Northern VA
May 29, 2:34pm - #188136 
My friend got some for his altima. They worked. I forget what he had to do, he had the same problem. When I see him Ill ask him. Now they work find and look good. thumbsup

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darksidecelica
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May 29, 9:45pm - #188137 
hmmm sometimes its the most obvious...did you even lower the coilovers or left them at stock height?

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Silverceli00gts
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May 31, 7:14pm - #188138 
Sell them... i had them and they were the worst ride ever...you have to sell them, you have no choice...try contacting the dude you bought them off ebay from and maybe get a refund...thats what I did and I got some intrax lowering springs, and they are sick.

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