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harris
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harris Feb 11, 8:01pm - #397526 
2002 yellow Toyota Celica GT
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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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canada
My Celica likes scraping the ground too much

Currently i have a blitz body kit and tein lowering springs that im guessing are 1.5" or 1.7". I also have my stock Gt rims. The idea of putting on the stock springs turns me off but is there anything else i can do? When i have 17's on it will it be raised? Thanks
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vietnamese2004
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vietnamese2004 Feb 11, 8:25pm - #397527 

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2003 Toyota Celica

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Canada - B.C - Vancouver
springs lower 1.4, when you get 17's get 45 size and it should raise it a little.
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harris
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harris Feb 11, 8:45pm - #397528 
2002 yellow Toyota Celica GT
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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Thats cool. Goin to Bc soon so ill put those shoes on b4 i scape on the mountains!
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KickScrew
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KickScrew Feb 12, 4:07am - #397529 

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2003 Toyota Celica GTS

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Good luck thumbsup

You could also invest in air bags. Raise your car to get over thoes bumps and have a nice excessory for showing off thumbsup thumbsup
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