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hotchkis springs #2372 Jul 9, 9:10pm Jul 9, 9:10pm

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anyone got pic of celica with hotchkis springs installed to it? with stock rims? i'd like to see how low it is.

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this car is owned by Hotchkis Tuning and im PRETTY sure they have the hotchkis springs on them but im not sure on what size these rims are... they look like 17's

for more information do a search in the gallery section... thanks

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if you're thinking about lowering your car with springs, go with the Hotchkis springs, or if you can buy the full coilovers... Trust me, hotchkis has done extensive tuning Research and development in making our cars to handle to their fullest potential

hotchkis is a good buy no matter what!

Re: hotchkis springs [Re: Steven] #2376 Jul 10, 7:05am Jul 10, 7:05am

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thanks Steven, but do you think the Hotchkis Springs are great with 15'rims?

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hmm 15's they should look fine, there still will be a noticable wheel gap but you should be fine. What will happen is the car will be really low since you got smaller tires.

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