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Old 06-23-2014, 01:58 PM   #1
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Getting ready to drop this pony

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Old 06-23-2014, 02:01 PM   #2
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I'm gonna need me some 1.5 spring rear and front for a cheap price, my *** is broke guys


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Old 06-23-2014, 02:21 PM   #3
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Brand new SR Performance springs are only like $170. That's about as cheap as it gets.
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the SR springs are great! don't forget you'll at least need a panhard bar to go with the install though
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There are a few mods that you dont want to cheap out on, this is one of them. Do it right or wait until "your *** aint broke"...
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SR springs, SR adj. panhard, and Eibach camber bolts. $170, $115, $35 respectively. That is everything you need. Use the 6% forum discount on AM. $305 roughly and you're good to go.
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Old 06-24-2014, 03:41 PM   #7
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What u talking about cheap on, what is the different btw something on sale and something off sale. It's just price, but both d same product. Thx


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What u talking about cheap on, what is the different btw something on sale and something off sale. It's just price, but both d same product. Thx


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He meant that you don't want to cheap out on something important like your cars suspension. For example: $70 generic springs on ebay vs. $270 Eibach's. He said this because you said "...cheap price, my *** is broke..." If you are broke you should not be lowering your car. You will need Lowering springs, an adj. panhard bar, camber bolts, and pay for an alignment afterwards. I stated the price of the products before at around $300. Throw in an alignment which can be anywhere from $25-$50, plus a $250+ installation if you lack the skills to do it yourself (not for first-timers), and thats a $600-$700 task at the bare minimum.
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He meant that you don't want to cheap out on something important like your cars suspension. For example: $70 generic springs on ebay vs. $270 Eibach's. He said this because you said "...cheap price, my *** is broke..." If you are broke you should not be lowering your car. You will need Lowering springs, an adj. panhard bar, camber bolts, and pay for an alignment afterwards. I stated the price of the products before at around $300. Throw in an alignment which can be anywhere from $25-$50, plus a $250+ installation if you lack the skills to do it yourself (not for first-timers), and thats a $600-$700 task at the bare minimum.

Yes, thank you for clarifying. I didn't intend any disrespect to you. Ive been around cars a long time and Ive seen some crazy stuff. Just make sure to take the advice of the people here, they know what they're talking about. Do it right the first time.
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If you're not going to do it yourself and you don't have the money, you're gonna need to ride high for a while longer. Unfortunately, broke and mods don't go together with these vehicles.. Hang in there
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+1 on waiting...next spring for me but I'm goig to do it all at once Koni's etc.....
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No matter what, I'm still loving you guys here my pony family I can drop it myself tho.thx guys


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No matter what, I'm still loving you guys here my pony family I can drop it myself tho.thx guys


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No prob! Let us know if you drop it! Would love to see how it looks.
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