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Lowering for summer and putting stock shocks back for winter #375455 Jan 15, 8:28pm Jan 15, 8:28pm
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Lowering for summer and putting stock shocks back for winter
hi, because of the bad winters up here, i cannot keep my car lowered for the winter,anyways, is it a difficult job putting back the stock shocks when winter comes back? i will be installing tein tech springs and kyb shocks for the summer drop.

thanks for the info

Re: Lowering for summer and putting stock shocks back for winter [Re: fred416] #375456 Jan 16, 5:53am Jan 16, 5:53am
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yeah...its a BIG pain.

if you honestly think you will be lowering/raising your ride twice a year i would suggest coilovers or air bags instead of basic shocks & springs. ride height adjustability is much easier that way. thumbsup

Re: Lowering for summer and putting stock shocks back for winter [Re: Speed4TheNeed] #375457 Jan 16, 9:49am Jan 16, 9:49am
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yeah, i'd go for adjustable Coilovers, they work a lot better that way.

Re: Lowering for summer and putting stock shocks back for winter [Re: hkysk8r86] #375458 Jan 16, 10:12am Jan 16, 10:12am
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This is why you really want to spend extra money and get coil-overs!! It makes it really easy all you need to change it is a jack and 20mins verses 2 hours and a hoist.

Re: Lowering for summer and putting stock shocks back for winter [Re: SeeULater] #375459 Jan 16, 11:15pm Jan 16, 11:15pm
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it cost me almost $400 to get my springs installed with allignment (at Canadian Tire, they were the cheapest place I thaught I should trust) I've been driving all winter with no problmes, I just lowered it 1.5 inches..(h&r springs) If you can do it yourself, all the power to you, but if not, it aint worth the cash - repaint stuff if you really need to...

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