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    Quote Originally Posted by gregechevarria View Post
    have these picked out*
    Not bad, but you really don't need coilovers to lower just an inch unless you want coilovers. A set of eibach pro kit springs and a decent shock strut combo would be enough and give you an inch drop or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bfaided1984 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by gregechevarria View Post
    have these picked out*
    Not bad, but you really don't need coilovers to lower just an inch unless you want coilovers. A set of eibach pro kit springs and a decent shock strut combo would be enough and give you an inch drop or so.
    Definitely want the full coilovers. Simply for ease of install. I mean i have access to any tool id ever need, but i hate just doing springs. I was doing a customers mercedes front shocks and had to swap the springs, but the spring shot out of the compressor and damn near hit my leg. Very scary and I try to avoid those jobs at work. Do you think those are a good choice for full coilovers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregechevarria View Post
    Definitely want the full coilovers. Simply for ease of install. I mean i have access to any tool id ever need, but i hate just doing springs. I was doing a customers mercedes front shocks and had to swap the springs, but the spring shot out of the compressor and damn near hit my leg. Very scary and I try to avoid those jobs at work. Do you think those are a good choice for full coilovers?
    Not bad for the price. Suspensions on these cars are incredibly easy to do, and the springs aren't super stiff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bfaided1984 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by gregechevarria View Post
    Definitely want the full coilovers. Simply for ease of install. I mean i have access to any tool id ever need, but i hate just doing springs. I was doing a customers mercedes front shocks and had to swap the springs, but the spring shot out of the compressor and damn near hit my leg. Very scary and I try to avoid those jobs at work. Do you think those are a good choice for full coilovers?
    Not bad for the price. Suspensions on these cars are incredibly easy to do, and the springs aren't super stiff.
    Good deal thanks man

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