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Old 12-07-2007, 10:18 AM
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Ok wich one should i buy the H&R or the skunk's ???
I plan to keep my OEM shock for a lil while...

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If your keeping OEM shocks I'd get eibachs.
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what about swift?
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LOVE my skunk2!!!
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Originally Posted by pininfarina456,Dec 7 2007, 10:59 AM
If your keeping OEM shocks I'd get eibachs.
eibach!!!!! piece of shit!!!!
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Eibach or other brand with = Drop

OEM struts will go to shit quick with such a low drop with the Skunks
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I guess you might not want to fool around with your suspension, I will suggest Espelir or Spoon springs instead.
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skunk 2! but switch the back to front and vice versa so you dont look like a boat
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Would any of you guys recommend Tanabe NF240 lowering springs. I was looking at a set that a person only put 5K on. Look like a nice drop and i could always get new struts if needed.
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Originally Posted by NVMY4N,Dec 7 2007, 03:09 PM
Eibach or other brand with = Drop

OEM struts will go to shit quick with such a low drop with the Skunks
So I live in South Florida now!!!!
no bumpy road, non pot hole...
you know!!!

and ****ing no turns...
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