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TRD Springs #216250 Jul 4, 8:17pm Jul 4, 8:17pm
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TRD Springs
im going to buy TRD springs pretty soon but for anyone that has them is it a bitch with 3 other people in the car? because im basically a taxi with all my friends and when school roles along the chix always ask 4 a ride thumbsup i just dont wanna be scraping driveways, bumps etc

basically asking for details on ride with more weight..thx thumbsup


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Re: TRD Springs [Re: silverceli21] #216251 Jul 4, 8:20pm Jul 4, 8:20pm
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The TRD springs are fairly stiff, and don't lower the car too aggressively. and if you're not busing around fat chicks you shouldn't have a problem anyways wink

"I don't fuck wit dem fat bitches, that's yayo!"

Re: TRD Springs [Re: hkysk8r86] #216252 Jul 4, 8:24pm Jul 4, 8:24pm
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haha naw the chicks are finely tunned as well. . they have all the right features happywink


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Re: TRD Springs [Re: silverceli21] #216253 Jul 4, 8:33pm Jul 4, 8:33pm
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That's good, well than you won't have any weight issues at all, the TRD springs are definately where you need to be, but they don't lower the car that much so if you're also in the market for rims, you might wanna get some 18"s on that car smile

the only problem that I foresee, is if you were to have 4 people(or 5) in the car, and you had a blitz or VS kit on, cus either of those kits seem to have a 2" drop look to them and they lower your car about an extra inch or 2 due to how low they are so you might want to be careful when looking at kits.

Re: TRD Springs [Re: hkysk8r86] #216254 Jul 5, 12:16am Jul 5, 12:16am
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well i have TRD springs and when i went over a speed bump one time it scraped the underbody. and i had two other people with me

Re: TRD Springs [Re: Joey] #216255 Jul 5, 12:35am Jul 5, 12:35am
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some one have a pic of a stock and one with TRD from sane angle maybe same car?

Re: TRD Springs [Re: ] #216257 Jul 5, 11:41am Jul 5, 11:41am
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i fjink the TRD spring look very like the stock

Re: TRD Springs [Re: oas] #216258 Jul 5, 12:33pm Jul 5, 12:33pm
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They are only about an inch lower than stock, it's not much of a drop, and if you're a taxi, they should be fine, unless you are going to be aiming to hit potholes and speeding over speed bumps and hills or trying to off road the celica...

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