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ibiza
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ibiza Jun 13, 6:31am - #20997 
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Hotchkis or Sportlines? Please Help gotta order soon

Whats up everyone,

Ive been sitting here staring at the hotchkis and eibach site for hours and cannot decide what i want to go with, I have a 02 celica w/ the TRD kit, I have 17's 5ZR's on the way the look that I want is a clean look something that will minimize the wheel gap to about 1 or 1 1/2 finger width and will even out the car cause I noticed the back is a bit higher then the front Im afraid if i get the hotchkis it wont be low enough but I heard it evens the car out well and the Eibach sportlines im afraid that the drop wont even out the car because I have not seen a celica with the eibachs on w/17" rims, Please any help would be greatly appreciated thanks for your time...
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Steven
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Steven Jun 13, 7:14am - #20998 
2001 Spectra Blue Mica Toyota Celica GTS
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sportlines are slightly lower in the front than the hotchkis i think. I have sportlines and I LOVE them. Hotchkis are better though. Get Hotchkis, you'll love them!
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Grand-Touring-Dan
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Grand-Touring-Dan Jun 13, 9:44am - #20999 
2001 Spec Blue Toyota Celica
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I personally am going with Hotchkis. It gives the clean look, not slammed. The sportlines will drop your car a lot and will give it the slammed look. Nothing against Eibach cause I have respect for them, but I recommend hotchkis. thumbsup
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RicePowered
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RicePowered Jun 13, 1:01pm - #21000 
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Hotchkis ... I got them and love them thumbsup thumbsup
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