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75$ coilovers? are they ne good #62614 Nov 23, 11:24pm Nov 23, 11:24pm
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75$ coilovers? are they ne good

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Re: 75$ coilovers? are they ne good [Re: FPcelica] #62615 Nov 23, 11:26pm Nov 23, 11:26pm
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Hmmm.. they appear to be generic (no name brand). For $75 they appear too good to be true, and you know the saying..

I wouldn't buy them, personally. Suspension is just not a place you wanna be cheap. My $.02.


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Re: 75$ coilovers? are they ne good [Re: Evan] #62616 Nov 23, 11:33pm Nov 23, 11:33pm
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Originally Posted by EvanJ
Suspension is just not a place you wanna be cheap.

Re: 75$ coilovers? are they ne good [Re: FPcelica] #62617 Nov 23, 11:34pm Nov 23, 11:34pm
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I've seen those sell on eBay, there's your answer

Re: 75$ coilovers? are they ne good [Re: FPcelica] #62618 Nov 23, 11:40pm Nov 23, 11:40pm

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so whats the cheapest way to go when you wanna lower your celica?

Re: 75$ coilovers? are they ne good #62619 Nov 23, 11:58pm Nov 23, 11:58pm
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lowering springs or FULL coilovers, not that 75 dollar piece of crap

Re: 75$ coilovers? are they ne good #62620 Nov 23, 11:59pm Nov 23, 11:59pm
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Originally Posted by Shinobi
so whats the cheapest way to go when you wanna lower your celica?

That is the cheapest way, both price and quality. Nothing comes cheap

Re: 75$ coilovers? are they ne good [Re: FPcelica] #62621 Nov 24, 12:06am Nov 24, 12:06am

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im planning to get springs but i just would like to know what is the cheapest way to go...that has quality.not planning to buy the weak stuff off ebay.

Re: 75$ coilovers? are they ne good #62622 Nov 24, 7:01am Nov 24, 7:01am
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im planning on gettin TRD springs for christmas


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