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docsmiley
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docsmiley Jul 5, 11:41pm - #216801 

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2003 Toyota Celica

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tanabe vs. TRD springs

I bought the tanabe DF210 springs, and haven't put them on yet. I decided I needed to get new struts too. So I bought the TRD set (with springs) and am debating whether to use the tanabe springs or the TRD springs. I get the impression that I would need a camber kit with the tanabes but not the TRD springs. I'm curious what the more experienced folks here have to say about the camber kit and the tanabes versus the TRD springs in general (ride, look, etc.).

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Conrad_Turbo Jul 5, 11:43pm - #216802 
1990 White, Silver, Rust Toyota Celica, Starlet
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Brand name means nothing when it comes to springs, as long as they don't fatigue or sag during/after use. Spring rate is what is important and what your main purpose of the car is.

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RyCeCuBe
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RyCeCuBe Jul 6, 2:05am - #216803 

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my df210 on kay agx are niiiice...bye

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