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Vlad
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Vlad Feb 13, 6:42am - #398763 
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New Eibach Sportline springs help plz

hey i just got my springs in today il have some pics up tomarow because its kinda late right now but anyways. Im going to attempt to install them myself i know i need spring compressor and i helped change some on a maxima but i wana knwo if any1 has any instructions on how to do this or just wat bolts to take of first ect... wel thnx a lot to any1 who helps me out
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Vlad Feb 13, 6:02pm - #398764 
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heres a pic... any1 got any help???
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Vlad Feb 13, 6:04pm - #398765 
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narcolepsy123456 Feb 13, 6:21pm - #398766 

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you shouldn't need a spring compressor with those springs, i've got the tanabe df210s and they ride about the same height and we didn't need to compress them at all to install them.
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rem Feb 13, 10:06pm - #398767 
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aw yea! sportline springs r the SHIET!
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bmw52786 Feb 13, 10:16pm - #398768 

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Originally Posted by rem
aw yea! sportline springs r the SHIET!

they are nice

damn rem ur car is hott, post some pics of it somewhere! thumbsup

IF YOU POST IT -- THEY WILL COME
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Vlad Feb 14, 6:19am - #398769 
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well il have them installed tuesday so il post some pics for those who are interested smile cant wait ahhhh
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spaztikid Feb 14, 6:05pm - #398770 
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you still need a spring compressor to remove the old springs...



its pretty strait forward installing springs... just a PITA...

make sure you have a goo breaker bar.
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flyimages Feb 14, 6:24pm - #398771 

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Originally Posted by spaztikid
you still need a spring compressor to remove the old springs...



its pretty strait forward installing springs... just a PITA...

make sure you have a goo breaker bar.


definitely get a spring compressor for your old springs! they'rea about $25-30

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celicagts05 Feb 14, 7:25pm - #398772 

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If you use these springs is it alright to use your stock Shocks
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Vlad Feb 14, 8:42pm - #398773 
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not sure but im not changint them right now il see what happens, yea i have a friend who has spring compressors it wont cost me nottin
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