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Old 04-08-2014, 06:20 PM   #36
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Lol aww man I would have to adjust to that
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Haha it's all good I love the mountains anyway but that's what I was saying about the springs is I ain't around beaches where it's flatter haha
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Yea that's one thing I would love to see... Yea I see wat ya mean by the terrain now
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Shoot if you are ever down this away shoot me a message and we could get together and go cruising
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Ok Kool, will do, same goes for you too
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I've never been north of D.C haha but when I graduate me and some of my friends wanted to go to New York if that works out ill have to take you up on that offer
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Yea deff man just shoot me a pm. New York it a fun place
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Alright thanks for the help I will definately get those sr springs. Since you work at am could you suggest the best for the money on shocks and struts. I don't want to pay just for the name but I don't want some crap product
Absolutely! I completely understand where you're coming from. The more ironic answer to your question is Koni's STR.T struts/shocks. It's ironic because Koni does have a killer name in the suspension market, but the STR.T's are very affordable. They're one of the best performing non-adjustable struts and shocks that we carry.

Not only with the Koni STR.T's drastically improve the bouncing effect, but you'll see a big improvement in the handling too. I have no doubt you'll be pleased with them if you decide to take this approach.

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I see on am that for just one shock it's 51.99 and the struts are 98.99 so I will have to but 2 of each to go all the way around? Is there a group package for all of them?
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I see on am that for just one shock it's 51.99 and the struts are 98.99 so I will have to but 2 of each to go all the way around? Is there a group package for all of them?
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I see on am that for just one shock it's 51.99 and the struts are 98.99 so I will have to but 2 of each to go all the way around? Is there a group package for all of them?
Correct, you would have to purchase two struts and two shocks total. At the moment, we don't have a group package for the Koni's. However, buying the separately still gives you the best price. Currently the Koni's are marked down for their huge sale this month. After April, they'll go back to the regular pricing (25% higher).

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Can I put lowering springs from a gt to my 2003 v6?
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Can I put lowering springs from a gt to my 2003 v6?

the gt isnt much lower
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