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Old 04-25-2013, 02:16 AM   #1
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I can't seem to find any that have them for a 98 convertible. Are they the same as the coupes?
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I can't seem to find any that have them for a 98 convertible. Are they the same as the coupes?
Yes that have to be.. again i cant say im 100% positive but i dont see why it would be any different. I never heard of different springs for a coupe or a convert in my life. Anyway great choice.. everyone seem to love theses springs. Just be careful b/c if you have stock struts/shocks they are going to take a beating.
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Yes that have to be.. again i cant say im 100% positive but i dont see why it would be any different. I never heard of different springs for a coupe or a convert in my life. Anyway great choice.. everyone seem to love theses springs. Just be careful b/c if you have stock struts/shocks they are going to take a beating.
I have the h&r supersports right now but after a couple years they've settled too much
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I can't seem to find any that have them for a 98 convertible. Are they the same as the coupes?
I've seen websites sell different springs for coupes and convertibles, idk what the difference is other than the convertibles are heavier but I don't see why it make a huge difference but I'm not 100%
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I've seen websites sell different springs for coupes and convertibles, idk what the difference is other than the convertibles are heavier but I don't see why it make a huge difference but I'm not 100%
Vert springs usually have tougher rear rates to make up for the extra weight.
That's the only difference.
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