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Old 11-10-2012, 10:27 AM   #1
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Might be getting springs soon. Help!

So I may be coming in to some eibach drag launch springs soon. Am I gonna need anything else to install these? I know a lot of guys that lower their cars have to get caster camber plate. But I don't think these springs lower. Any ideas?
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So I may be coming in to some eibach drag launch springs soon. Am I gonna need anything else to install these? I know a lot of guys that lower their cars have to get caster camber plate. But I don't think these springs lower. Any ideas?
Rent Spring compressor from auto part store, maybe some new shocks, brenspeed has 90/10 Lakewood front struts and 50/50 rear shocks
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You won't need a spring compressor. You can use a floor jack and it's completely safe. I know opinions differ on this but it's a waste of money IMO.

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I work at a garage so I'm tooled up lol. I might need some strut mounts of something though. There's a good amount of clunking when I go over bumps
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Like said above you might wanna get some new struts and shocks to make the ride a little better.
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Old 11-10-2012, 12:12 PM   #6
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Yea I'm at 80k so I might. Now I'm debating on whether to do appearance mods, or shift to suspension. If I have the springs it won't cost a lot more to do LCAs UCAs and shocks and struts. Decisions decisions..... Lol
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You will probably be happier with full suspension when you are finished.
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You will probably be happier with full suspension when you are finished.
I got big plans either way lol. You'll know what happens following future threads haha
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