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A little Advice #9421 Mar 8, 4:36pm Mar 8, 4:36pm
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A little Advice
hey guys i am running 18 inch wheels on a 40 series tire with a stock body.would the eibach 1.2 inch drop that are available at the everythingcelica store be a good choice?Or is there a better choice?And should i go with a bigger drop or would 1.2 be about right?Any advice would be great guys thanks

Re: A little Advice [Re: celicaguy] #9422 Mar 8, 4:55pm Mar 8, 4:55pm
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i had 18's with 40 series tire and eibach sportline. Sportlines are 2" drop. no problem at all. Either springs would work.


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