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Old 05-05-2014, 03:06 PM   #1
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Broken spring my only car and I'm poor :(

So I found that my ca was leaning to the passenger side due to a broken spring 😞 I have no money for springs right now and they are lowerin springs as it is....would you guys say it's ok to remove the broken piece of spring and cut the others to equal length ( except rears they stay a lil higher) I have 275/40s in front and 315/35s in the rear... I know the rear wells will fit fine with no rub I'm just worried bout the front...
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call eibach and be like da ****
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I'm gonna lol
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put your stock springs back in...
how does that even happen, how old are those springs.. is this not just a simple DD car
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yeah call them up and ask about how they honor there million mile warranty!http://eibach.com/america/en/perform...-mile-warranty
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I don't have stocks I bought the car with them and I called they said they need proof of purchase
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Yeah it should be fine to cut
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