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Jan 17, 10:51pm - #377004 
FS: kyb agx/ hotchkis coils

looking to get 400 or best offer. i'll even do the install in socal. throw me offers i may part out as well.

kyb's are very new. maybe about 6k miles on em. hotchkis coils are over a year old. both still in great condition. ride is very very nice. especially since the struts are 4way adjustable.

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Jan 18, 12:33am - #377005 
did you have these on together? because hotchkis is too low for kyb


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Jan 18, 9:55am - #377006 
yah i've had them on together for a few months. before that had the hotchkis coils on by themselves. only springs that wont be too low for any strut will be TRD or eibach prokits. kyb and koni dont recommend anything over about an inch and a half drop. hotchkis rears are 1.7 as long as your not packing a car load of passengers everyday, you'll be fine.

only reason i upgraded struts in the first place was because i bent one of my struts in an accident and the only reason im lookin to get rid of these is coz i wanna take someone elses setup.


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Jan 18, 9:56am - #377007 
double post


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Jan 20, 1:08am - #377008 
See here? I have kyb agx and hotckis just got them yesterday. My rears dont fit the shocks? Im putting stocks back in cause they said either the spring is too small or the shock is to big? WTF? how do yours work and mine dont? GRRRRR angry

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Jan 22, 7:32pm - #377009 
wait a second, so if i get hotchkis springs...what kind of shocks and struts will work?


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Jan 23, 1:30am - #377010 
hotchkis


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