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BlueIce
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BlueIce Jan 14, 5:31am - #374019 

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2004 Toyota Celica GT

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Maryland
springs?

hey guys..I need help..if I am getting the bomex kit but have no money to get the rims...I understand that it will lower my car alot..it there spring that i can put on to higher it to factory height??
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fonz182
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fonz182 Jan 14, 6:02am - #374020 

Pimpin aint easy
03 Toyota Celica GT

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Hayward / UCD, CA
nah i think you got it all wrong. even if you get rims it MAY higher your car but not that much if at all then you would want to lower the car because it will look like ass not lowered. either way you car should be lower. if you really concerned about that get the rims first
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Grand-Touring-Dan
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Grand-Touring-Dan Jan 14, 6:32pm - #374021 
2001 Spec Blue Toyota Celica
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2001 Toyota Celica

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Houston, TX
You will want to decide on what rims you are getting first. The rims will not lower the car (unless you get 15s with a low pro tire)...but you won't be doing that. I'm guessing you will be getting 17s or 18s.

I recommend the Hotchkis springs and the Eibach Pro Kit. The Hotchkis may be a little too low for your preference, but it will look pretty bad ass.
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