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Feb 7, 6:45am - #393757 
Hotchkis Springs + KYB AGX Adjustable Shocks

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I Have Celica GT 6 speed 143hp.
I want change my springs and shocks. thumbsup
I have buy Hotchkis springs, and now i want buy new shocks...
The KYB AGX Adjustable Shocks are good with this springs?
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Feb 7, 7:29am - #393758 
That's the setup i have on my car and i love it! thumbsup thumbsup

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Feb 7, 8:56am - #393759 
thanks for info thumbsup do you had any problem for setup? confused
This shocks are mono-tube or bi-tube? confused
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Feb 7, 10:07am - #393760 
the rear shocks will wear down much quicker because the AGX are good for up to 1.5in drop and hotchkis rear is closer to 2 the front struts would be fine though


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Feb 7, 11:07am - #393761 
How much do the agx go for?

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Feb 7, 12:20pm - #393762 
Originally Posted by My Sixth Gear
the rear shocks will wear down much quicker because the AGX are good for up to 1.5in drop and hotchkis rear is closer to 2 the front struts would be fine though

ehm... ok... but in your opinion this setting can cause some problem? confused

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i have found it on ebay... at 334$. is it a good price? confused

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Feb 7, 3:25pm - #393763 
well it will eventually wear the shocks down.. and cause the ride to be very uncomfortable.. i'd recommend different springs if you get the KYB AGX struts/shocks


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Feb 8, 1:11am - #393764 
ok thanks for information thumbsup
what shocks can i buy for use with hotchkis springs? confused

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Feb 8, 9:25am - #393765 
Originally Posted by My Sixth Gear
well it will eventually wear the shocks down.. and cause the ride to be very uncomfortable.. i'd recommend different springs if you get the KYB AGX struts/shocks


what he said thumbsup
IMO whatever shocks you get in combination with Hotchkis will eventually wear the shocks down.

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