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Old 04-05-2007, 09:27 PM   #1
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What do you think should be the max $$$...

I just ordered my new suspension parts. H&R SS springs, Tokico HP blues, MM CC plates. Gonna be getting a rear STB and the sub frames next but I was wondering how much should I expect to pay to get the stuff I got installed? I would do it myself but I have no tools or a place to work on my car and I can't do the alignment. Installed and aligned how much do you think? Thanks
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Re: What do you think should be the max $$$...

you should be able to do the springs/shocks/struts/cc plates on your own they are VERY easy to do.. just read the how to I wrote in the article section. It takes an evening~ just need a few tools (jack/jack stand/couple other things) you can pick that up from autozone pretty cheap.

If you still wont do it... then expect around 200-300 bucks for the springs/shocks/struts/cc plates and another 25-50 for the STB and 200~ for the SFC's
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Re: What do you think should be the max $$$...

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you should be able to do the springs/shocks/struts/cc plates on your own they are VERY easy to do.. just read the how to I wrote in the article section. It takes an evening~ just need a few tools (jack/jack stand/couple other things) you can pick that up from autozone pretty cheap.

If you still wont do it... then expect around 200-300 bucks for the springs/shocks/struts/cc plates and another 25-50 for the STB and 200~ for the SFC's
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Putting on all of that stuff is really no problem. I did that for a friend of mine's hyundai tiburon. Took a couple hours. (But luckily I was working in a shop at the time so I got to use the alignment machine and all that stuff. Only thing he paid was labor, which I didn't charge him much)
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oh yea, an alignment will be 30-50 bucks depending. You will have to pay to get the subframes welded on~ but other than that you should be able to do it.
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Re: What do you think should be the max $$$...

I would love to do it, I installed my air suspension but then I was working at a shop that went under. With my work schedule I wouldnt be able to get the stuff put on until the beginning of may and I'm not really patient when I have stuff for my car.
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Re: What do you think should be the max $$$...

I'm spending about $5,000+ on suspension parts right now.(Including wheels and tires and without level 5 axles) I'm still undesided if I'm going to try to tackle this myself, or pay someone to do it, witch will not be cheap as it is probably a 20+ hour job and let assume labor would be around $70 an hour. Stupid IRS cost to much money to make it work right, but when you put the right parts on it its suppose to be really good.
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