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CeliCaRM2001 Jul 11, 10:56am - #26725 
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does anybody have an opinion on springs for my car. i have 17's with no body kit i was wondering what springs would be best with stock shocks on a daily driver. Thanks!
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UFCELI Jul 11, 12:41pm - #26726 

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dondiemand Jul 11, 7:16pm - #26727 

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Teins, Hotchkis, Eibach..search the forum thumbsup
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Gen7fan Jul 11, 7:58pm - #26728 
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TRD! Only lower an inch thumbsup
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VSGTS14 Jul 12, 2:23am - #26729 

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Search the forums...but TRD.

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Malaysian Jul 12, 2:33am - #26730 

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I personally like Eibach Sportline Springs thumbsup
But It's totally up to you. There's a lot of good companies
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Grand-Touring-Dan Jul 12, 3:25am - #26731 
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Hey, these guys are just throwing company names at you here. No offense to them. But it depends on what kind of drop you want. 1 inch, 1 1/2 inch, 2 inch.
If you want a nice clean low look, I recommend Hotchkis. 1 3/8 in the front, 1 7/8 in the rear.
For a nice real low clean look, Eibach Sportlines, 1.8 in the front, 2.4 in the rear.
If you just want to drop it an inch all around, go with TRD or Eibach prokit.
Hope this helps.

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RoMkApOmKa Jul 12, 3:33am - #26732 

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CeliCaRM2001 Jul 12, 3:33am - #26733 
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Thanks that does help
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sittin on chrome Jul 12, 4:20am - #26734 
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slam it with skunk2 lowering springs. 2 1/4 in the front and 2 1/2 in the rear and i wish it was lower. It filled the gap.
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Evan Jul 12, 4:34am - #26735 

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Originally Posted by sittin on chrome
slam it with skunk2 lowering springs. 2 1/4 in the front and 2 1/2 in the rear and i wish it was lower. It filled the gap.


I don't know how practical that is for an every day driver, especially if he decides to get a kit..

TRD is probably best for an every day driver

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