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B&G coil-over kit #76332 Jan 1, 11:34am Jan 1, 11:34am
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B&G coil-over kit
Hey guys, I'm planning to get these coil-overs but I wanted to see what you guys thought about them. If I do get them do I still need to get shocks. Thanks

Re: B&G coil-over kit [Re: Spanish_celica] #76333 Jan 1, 12:46pm Jan 1, 12:46pm
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A pic would help grin If they're the coilover sleeve type you won't need shocks right away if you don't lower it that much. The lower you go the sooner your shocks will wear out. If you have the $ to buy new shocks buy some smile Anything under 1" and you'll be fine for a while

Re: B&G coil-over kit [Re: Spanish_celica] #76334 Jan 1, 5:46pm Jan 1, 5:46pm
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A dude I know has B&M full coilovers and he said they're really stiff. The APR GT300 celica has B&M coilovers.

Re: B&G coil-over kit [Re: Spanish_celica] #76335 Jan 2, 4:34am Jan 2, 4:34am
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Sorry I don't have a pic. I was going to buy them from www.shox.com and they don't have a pic. Does anyone no if you have to remove the wheels to adjust them. Thanks

Re: B&G coil-over kit [Re: Spanish_celica] #76336 Jan 2, 2:10pm Jan 2, 2:10pm
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Yeah, you have to remove the wheels or how are you gonna get the wrenches in there grin

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