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R these good loweing springs ???

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Never used them. They may be progressive, and that could be an issue. I do know Bell Tech is good, Hotchkiss is also, and there are some others.

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I'M Going to get these instead
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The ST springs have been around a long time. They've fine springs.

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cannucks are pretty good
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If you are interested, I have a set of Eibach drop rear springs that I'd sell.

That way you'd need only a front set.

I can get you details & pix if you are interested, just PM me.

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Quote:
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I have run the Eibach Pro's for years and love the stance.

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If you are interested, I have a set of Eibach drop rear springs that I'd sell.

That way you'd need only a front set.

I can get you details & pix if you are interested, just PM me.
I may be interested depending on how much use and what you're asking. assuming the OP does not want them.

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