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CARBON_SYPHER Feb 22, 11:39am - #406619 
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installation of Eibach sportline springs

well i am going to buy Eibach sportline springs from a friend and i wanted to know truely how hard it will be for me and my dad to install them this weekend without a spring compressor. confused

we will not be installing shocks, just the springs. is this going to be a bitch without a spring compressor?

what will i need to know before i install them and does anyone have a good guide to installing them?

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vcel523 Feb 22, 10:02pm - #406620 

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Don't rely on my opinion, but I've read on other posts that its possible, but difficult
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flyimages Feb 22, 10:06pm - #406621 

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springs are probably the easiest to do.. make sure you have someone helping you though..

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RookieGTS Feb 22, 11:42pm - #406622 

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you know I thought about installing my own springs.. but because i have never done it before and im not sure..
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Polykarb Feb 22, 11:47pm - #406623 

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Spring install is easy, i did the same thing you are gonna do CARBON_SYPHER. Just take the wheels off, take the shocks off, take apart shocks, reassemble. You'll have to remove the trunk lining plastic to access the rear shocks. You'll need a spring compressor to do the front springs, get it from your local auto parts store, they only charge a set amount for the rental, but you get the money back as an insurance charge.

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GTS2003BLK Feb 23, 12:08am - #406624 

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There is this link for installing TRD springs, might be helpful:

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f_57353_0_collapsed_2__1.html
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