I think he means for the springs, shocks, and struts...I may be wrong, but if this is the case he is looking at around $150 for the springs, $400 for the shocks and struts, and and probabl y another $150 - $200 for the labor...
I paid $425 for springs/struts/shocks (Tokico). Then $125 to get them installed. After that you need to get the car aligned. And then I had to align it myself with a level because the shop didn't have the right camber specs with the drop. You can just do springs, but your shocks and struts will wear prematurely. You should do it all at once and do it right.
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