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TRD springs vs Eibach #409916 Feb 26, 11:07am Feb 26, 11:07am
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TRD springs vs Eibach
Is there a big difference in the TRD springs compared to the Eibach springs? In drop, handling and comfort needs? Also do you need struts with these springs?

Re: TRD springs vs Eibach [Re: WhiteStallionGT] #409917 Feb 26, 11:58am Feb 26, 11:58am
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there is no big difference. You do not need aftermarket shock/struts, but in the long run it would be better to get some. I hope this helps thumbsup thumbsup


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Re: TRD springs vs Eibach [Re: Maka] #409918 Feb 26, 12:55pm Feb 26, 12:55pm
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The TRD springs I think are slightly different than the Eibach (edit: pro kit for clarification) springs but are made by Eibach. You WILL need aftermarket struts so if you are gonna pay to get them installed, you might as well put them in at the same time. The TRD struts are the exact same thing as the kyb gr2's so if you were planning on getting the trds, you could get the kyb gr2's for cheaper.


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Re: TRD springs vs Eibach [Re: Maka] #409919 Feb 26, 12:57pm Feb 26, 12:57pm
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i got the eibach sportline springs, it dropped 1.8in in front and 2.4
in rear big dropp. I love it, it rides the same a little tighter.

Re: TRD springs vs Eibach [Re: Twinks] #409920 Feb 26, 1:01pm Feb 26, 1:01pm
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Yes the Eibach pro kit drops about 1.2" and the TRD springs drop about 1.3". I highly doubt that the sportlines ride the same. Everyone I have seen post that has them complain about the ride and talk about how they have to replace even their aftermarket struts after a while. No doubt the drop looks great.


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