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esko
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esko Oct 24, 6:35pm - #308140 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Rhode Island, USA
TRD suspension

I'm planning on dropping my car as soon as I get my 18" wheels in. Im interested using the TRD suspension. However, what do I have to buy in order to drop my car. Do I need the springs, or do I need both the springs and shocks? I heard if I lower my car my shocks will wear out faster. If I get the TRD shocks with the springs, would my shocks be more durable? I also need prices for both. The cheapest place I have found so far is the Toyotaparts4u website. Are there any springs or shocks that are just as good as the TRD for a lower price? Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
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eddie_725
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eddie_725 Oct 24, 7:42pm - #308141 
1985 Silver Toyota Celica
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1985 Toyota Celica

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TRD isnt cheap

"if pimpin' is dead then I'm bring it back
mata fact it never died so I take that back" -Lil Wayne-
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Sultan
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Sultan Oct 24, 8:06pm - #308142 

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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Philadelphia, PA
depends on your mileage... if you're close to or over 50-60K then get the struts as well
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Miketrd
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Miketrd Oct 27, 3:00am - #308143 
2003 Silver Toyota Celica GT
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Puerto Rico
i have kind of the same question, but i am going to get 17" rims, i just don't know what tire size to get and what suspension?? i only have 20k miles in my car.

what suspension and springs to buy and what tire size for a 17" rims???

thanks guys
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