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Old 08-06-2003, 10:01 PM   #1
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$SPRING INSTALL$

Anybody in the DFW area wanna install my springs 4 $75 bucks? Dont have the time or tools to install them (or the know-how either )
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when do you want them in? do you have new springs isolators and shorter endlinks? i will be east dallas in a week or so and could do them on a weekend.

there is this guy that tries to work on other peoples cars on the board here but keeps braeaking things and not finishing the installs. yeah i think his name is "monkey" or somthing
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ill be in dallas from this sunday til thursday, and then from the following sunday to the that saturday.

so i can help you if you want. let me know when youre free, and let me know if you want me to bring my tools
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I'll probably get them in about 10 days. Dont have isolators or shorter endlinks(what the hell are those). I'll let yall know when I get them and hopefully one of you is still available, just dont break nothing Monkey!
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when do you want them in? do you have new springs isolators and shorter endlinks? i will be east dallas in a week or so and could do them on a weekend.

there is this guy that tries to work on other peoples cars on the board here but keeps braeaking things and not finishing the installs. yeah i think his name is "monkey" or somthing
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I've never heard anything negative about Brandon's work..
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when do you want them in? do you have new springs isolators and shorter endlinks? i will be east dallas in a week or so and could do them on a weekend.

there is this guy that tries to work on other peoples cars on the board here but keeps braeaking things and not finishing the installs. yeah i think his name is "monkey" or somthing
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I've never heard anything negative about Brandon's work..

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Old 08-07-2003, 08:28 AM   #7
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It is because he left out his smiley!!!!! I thought it was maybe sarcasm.. but wasn't sure.
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shorter end links help your front sway bar work better when you lower your car. I put them on my GT, ordered them off the internet, I recently noticed the Auto Zone Stores have them in stock, unreal, they actually seem to have some good useful items in those places now, they were Energy Suspension too which is as good as you can get I believe. Your car should already have spring isolators on it, thing is sometimes they are stuck so well on your stock springs they might not come off, also they are rubber, the aftermarket ones are better. I got used front Steeda springs and they had stock rubber isolators stuck on them so good ( I swear I think they are glued) I couldnt' get them off to use my new ones. LOL.
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haha like rick said, theyre better, but not necessary. ive always reused the stock isolators whenever i did springs for someone. and endlinks are good, but for C springs its not really needed IMO. the drop isnt that significant.


oh, and i was talking to austin online last night when he decided to mess w/ me. hes just playing around. my work is fine
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good call el cheapo.

i thought that was REALLY funny last night, but i was also high as a mo fo. enough of me interupting a tech forum thread.
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