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2002 Carbon blue Toyota Celica GT
2002 Toyota Celica GT

Joined: Jan 2004
Posts: 12
Sarasota, Florida
Jan 9, 10:53pm - #79722 
couple of questions

hi wave all!!! I'm new in here and I got some questions confused about the celica...if I'll get the TRD lowering springs is it necessary or required to change also the shocks and the camber link... I dont know anything about what i really need...I like the drop of the TRD and dont know what i need to change besides the springs.Also anybody know where i can get a decent price for a TRD springs... thanks to all grin

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2002 Toyota Celica GT

Joined: Jun 2003
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Maryland USA
Jan 10, 12:14am - #79723 
It's not nessasary to change the shocks and you will need a camber links (Rear) only if your drop around 2".
But you may need a front camber kit.
You can get Eibach camber kit (Front) for $26
P.S.And yes you will have to do an alightment after the installation.

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