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2001 Liquid SIlver Toyota Celica GT
2001 Toyota Celica GT

Joined: Nov 2004
Posts: 29
Jan 6, 8:07pm - #367443 
Will i be ok for a while?

i have the Eibach Sportlines, and i'm pretty much sure my shocks are shot. i can hear them bottoming out and such. so my questions are...

1. How long can/should i go before i mess something up, like alignment or something just an example.

2. I think i'm going to buy some KYB AGX's, how long will those last me if i have them set stiff?

thanks for any help! bandit

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Jan 6, 8:21pm - #367444 
would should replace the shocks asap

and i've heard that since you have such a low drop the kyb agx shocks will last for like a year. but some other people have had them last longer.

usually they say the you shouldn't drop the car lower than 1.75 with the shocks (this is what tokico say about there shocks)

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