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celicagts05
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celicagts05 Feb 4, 3:27pm - #391485 

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Springs

I have a 2004 GTS with the action package. What would be the best springs to get were i don't have to replace the stock struts. I still have the 16in stock GTS rims. So what springs will make it look good.
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SLVCELI Feb 4, 5:35pm - #391486 
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Your gonna have to eventually replace the stock struts eventually but the TRD springs will allow the stock struts to last a while. I would say about 2 years since your car is new unless your roads are really bad. I think I heard that the TRD's were the 3rd highest drop so someone might be able to tell you whats an even less drop.

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20celica00 Feb 4, 7:01pm - #391487 

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TRD is ur best bet
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celiwhite Feb 4, 7:31pm - #391488 
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anything with a 2 inch drop would really hurt ur shocks/struts..go with hotchkis thumbsup
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fonz182 Feb 4, 11:18pm - #391489 

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whats less than TRD? i hear tein H-techs are .9 inch but i dont know where to get them for celicas
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GTaintsobad Feb 5, 6:06am - #391490 

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I got H&R - the drop was 1.75 in front, 1.5 in rear I believe, and they feel fine too - my camber is fine as well
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barefoott4 Feb 5, 6:23am - #391491 
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TRD is somewhere around 1.2"ish. eibach pro-kit is extremely similar and is around 1.1"ish. Tein S-tech is around 1.5", the lowest you will want with stock struts. I think the hotchis springs are not even an inch, but not sure on that.
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20celica00 Feb 5, 6:33am - #391492 

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I have tokico springs and struts... drop of 1.25 all around thumbsup
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SmutasticGT Feb 5, 9:36am - #391493 

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1.4in Tein S-techs all around, not too low not too high, just in between dont need to worry bout messing up ur shocks or struts thumbsup
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bmw52786 Feb 5, 6:41pm - #391494 

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i have tein s-tech springs (1.4" drop) and tokico Hp struts! they are AWESOME!

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CelicaRyder Feb 5, 6:49pm - #391495 

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I got hotchkis springs (1 3/4" Drop front) (1 7/8" Rear) And KYB AGX Shocks/Struts thumbsup thumbsup thumbsup thumbsup
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