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Kcoyi
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Kcoyi Aug 11, 11:31pm - #449526 
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Seattle, WA
Lowering Springs?

Hi, I was looking to lower my car and I'm not too serious so I'm not going to go get coilovers, I was just thinking about lowering it 2" maybe. I wanted to know your guys' opinions on lowering springs. I don't know of too many good brands. Please recommend some!
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CaffeineKid
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CaffeineKid Aug 12, 1:15am - #449527 

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2008 Scion tC

Joined: May 2002
Posts: 421
California
Have a look at this page:
https://www.celicahobby.com/reviews/g33-shocks-2c-springs.html

DropZone Lowering Springs - 2'' Drop
Eibach Pro-Kit - 1.2'' Drop
Eibach Sportline Kit - 2'' Drop
Gold-Line Springs - 1.75'' Drop
H&R OE Sport Springs - 1.5'' Drop
Hotchkis Sport Lowering Springs - 1.8'' Drop
Intrax Springs - 1.8'' Drop
KYB Adjustable Gas Shocks
Tanabe DF210 Lowering Springs - 2'' Drop
Tein S-Tech
TRD Shocks and Struts Set
TRD Lowering Springs - 1.2'' Drop
TRD Coilover Shock Kit
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