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pinoyricer Oct 3, 7:15pm - #290582 

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1988 Toyota Camry

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Valencia, California
custom lowering springs?

does anybody know which company would make custom lowering springs at a decent price?

"I didn't lose control, I was drifting"
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spaztikid
dikitzaps
spaztikid Oct 3, 8:14pm - #290583 
dikitzaps
1974 Toyota Celica

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LA
no.

get coilovers if you want a ride height thats springs cant provide.
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pinoyricer Oct 3, 8:26pm - #290584 

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1988 Toyota Camry

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Valencia, California
i dont want a height that springs cant provide, i have a 88 camry and i dont think they make lowering springs for it lol, the drop isnt that much, i was thinking 1 inch in back and 1.5 inches in front

"I didn't lose control, I was drifting"
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narcolepsy123456
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narcolepsy123456 Oct 3, 8:56pm - #290585 

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00 Toyota Celica GT

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nc, usa
get a torch and a couple of very fat friends rofl rofl rofl
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pinoyricer Oct 3, 9:01pm - #290586 

RiCeR
1988 Toyota Camry

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Valencia, California
Originally Posted by narcolepsy123456
get a torch and a couple of very fat friends rofl rofl rofl


i was gonna cut springs, but torch will heat up springs and mess up the rate of them, i was gonna rent a dremel or something and no need for nevery fat friends, was just gonna rent some spring compressors

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