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Parabol
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Parabol Jan 27, 4:57am - #384689 
2004 red Toyota Celica
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2004 Toyota Celica

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Spring Install

whats the estimate on installing TRD springs... a local shop estimated my install at 400 bux not sure if that sounds good or not.. wtf
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Celica_Zheng
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Celica_Zheng Jan 27, 5:17am - #384690 
2001 Absolutely Red Toyota Celica GT
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RINGGOLD, GA
thats rip off. should be around 150
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LiquidG
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LiquidG Jan 27, 6:45am - #384691 

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yeah, only takes about two hours, so 150 is about right. If you are mechanically inclined, just by a spring compressor, they are cheap, and do it yourself.
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EuRoBoYGT
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EuRoBoYGT Jan 27, 6:47am - #384692 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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El Paso, TX
free just do it your self it's not that hard thumbsup

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bboyvital
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bboyvital Jan 28, 1:08am - #384693 
2000 black Toyota Celica GT
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anaheim
wow that is alot..i paid $80..if i were you i would either do it myself or keep looking around for a less expensive shop.
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andrews
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andrews Jan 28, 5:00am - #384694 

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houston
^ werd, got mine done for 150

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celiwhite
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celiwhite Jan 28, 5:05am - #384695 
2000 Super White Toyota Celica
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las vegas, nv
nothing beats free...self installed spineyes
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hephaestus
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hephaestus Jan 28, 5:21am - #384696 
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$150 for the install no more and probably less.
The biggest problem is compressing the spring and mounting it properly.
If you can get the whole strut/spring/upper mount all together, right, and properly mounted for a $15-30 rental of a spring compressor and some knowledgeable friends, then you are good to go and can do it yourself with the right tools/jacks or get any gas station mechanic to do it for you for scrap metal, if you did the hard work right in the first place.
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