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Dave K
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Dave K Jan 13, 7:52pm - #7416 
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Lowering

Ok..im lookin to lower my car about 2", what is the best, safest way to do it? Should I go with Springs, Shocks, Struts???im not too familiar with the suspension lingo so if anyone wants to fill me in on whats on a celica stock that i could replace or whatevrr...need help please...

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Pete00
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Pete00 Jan 13, 9:56pm - #7417 
2002 Silver/Black Toyota Celica
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purchase eibach sportline springs and after-market shocks (koni is a popular brand).
get them installed at the same time, then go get an alignment thumbsup

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Steven Jan 15, 5:20am - #7418 
2001 Spectra Blue Mica Toyota Celica GTS
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Eibach sport line 1.8" front 2.4 back
Skunk2 2.25" front 2.5 back
Dropzone 2" front and back...
Tanabe super down 2" both I think..

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Anonymous Jan 17, 6:19am - #7421 
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I would go with some Tanabe 2" superdowns with some Koni shocks. From what i've heard it has a nice drop with a decent ride.
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