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Clyde
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Clyde Nov 26, 1:23am - #335675 

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1995 Toyota Celica SX

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Suspension?

If i were to lower my suspension, would it be fine to just stick with the stock springs?
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spaztikid
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spaztikid Nov 26, 1:32am - #335676 
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how do you plant to lower your suspension with stock springs?
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importcarbabe Nov 26, 1:52am - #335677 

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^^^WERD, I think he means stock shocks, and if that is what you mean than it would depend on how much you want to lower your car. I have Eibach prokits which is like a 1.2" drop and my shocks are fine and should be good for a long time. but if you want anything lower than what I have than your stock shocks wont last long, you will need to upgrade them to handle the extra stress.

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ahnjae Nov 26, 2:20am - #335678 

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ive got a pretty big drop from skunk2 coilovers and still havnt blown my shocks, but its probably better off replacing shocks too cause they will blow later depending on the stress also ive noticed my ride is kinda bouncy sometimes with stock shocks...

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