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struts-ground coilovers ? #67564 Dec 10, 3:01pm Dec 10, 3:01pm
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struts-ground coilovers ?
my question is about the stock struts . i have ground control coilovers on my car and when i talked with somebody at the tire kingdom, the guy told me you have to replace the stock struts with aftermarket struts. The reason he explained me is stock ones are not good one to use with ground control coilovers.

do you think i have to buy some aftermarket struts ? if so . which brand you recommend highly for 2000 celica gt ? thanks everyone

Re: struts-ground coilovers ? [Re: aykut] #67565 Dec 10, 3:10pm Dec 10, 3:10pm
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depends on how low you go.

Don't go lower than 2 inches. I highly recommmend them. I don't recommend those coilovers though.

Re: struts-ground coilovers ? [Re: aykut] #67566 Dec 10, 3:11pm Dec 10, 3:11pm
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you know what, that guy is a stupid mofo, you can use the stock struts for ground control coilovers, trust me, i have GC Coilovers and my struts are stock, if you change it to aftermarket ones, theres no problem with it, and its even better thumbsup


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Re: struts-ground coilovers ? [Re: Steven] #67567 Dec 10, 3:12pm Dec 10, 3:12pm
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Originally Posted by Steven
depends on how low you go.

Don't go lower than 2 inches. I highly recommmend them. I don't recommend those coilovers though.


i recommend them though, your just not a fan of coilovers and you have bad experience aka wrong install Steven?


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Re: struts-ground coilovers ? [Re: aykut] #67568 Dec 10, 3:28pm Dec 10, 3:28pm
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i am also fine with the ground control coilovers. it handles great even with the high speeds. could you also recommend me some brand name struts ? kyb or koni or anything else can be work with celica without any problem ?

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