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Old 09-28-2013, 12:12 AM   #1
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Wats a estimate price for a shop to install springs I already bought?
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Don't pay over 300 bucks is all I gotta say. It's a task anyone can do with basic tools.
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I have the springs already jus don't hav the rite tools. Wats the lowest price I cann possibly gt
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Front or rear?
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I have the springs already jus don't hav the rite tools. Wats the lowest price I cann possibly gt
it takes 2-3 different sized wrenches all which you can buy at any auto parts for less the $20 for all in the good stuff. and takes an hour to two hours depending on if you know what you're doing to install them. just giving you the encouragement to try and tackle this yourself.
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Old 09-28-2013, 09:36 AM   #6
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I havr all four
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Man it not hard at all I did it at 17 with no help but the forum
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Man it not hard at all I did it at 17 with no help but the forum
Me to I took the front ones out by my self with typical tools and crow bar
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Did it with a friend fairly easy. All you need is a jack and a couple of wrenches
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