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Old 06-19-10, 05:35 AM   #1
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Hey guys vie been an is owner for a while now and just got some eibach sport springs, on stock wheels. Can I see. Some pics of the same set up or one near the same set up please. Thanks

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Old 06-23-10, 01:33 PM   #2
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Hey guys vie been an is owner for a while now and just got some eibach sport springs, on stock wheels. Can I see. Some pics of the same set up or one near the same set up please. Thanks

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Eibach pros. So figure another inch lower for you. tokico struts and Daizen sway bars. Its a nice setup. Rides smooth handles well. It dropped about an inch.

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Thanks man, I have 235/45s on stock rims and I'm worried about rubbing
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I have 215/45. Stock rims don't sit flush so you should be ok. If you ever decide to roll the fenders make sure you get someone who knows what they are doing. My uncle had his is fenders rolled and they screwed up the paint.
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I have the Eibach sport lines with stock struts and wheel specs...it is my dd and there isnt ne rub, but the back is tucked in a little so you need to get an alignment kit if you want to get it to stock alignment specs.

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Eibach pros. So figure another inch lower for you. tokico struts and Daizen sway bars. Its a nice setup. Rides smooth handles well. It dropped about an inch.

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thats my twin lol i have the same color and the same suspen set up
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Thanks man, I have 235/45s on stock rims and I'm worried about rubbing
I'm curious to know why you put 235s on your rims. There's no point going wider unless your boosted.
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thats my twin lol i have the same color and the same suspen set up
REALLY?! What are the odds?? The Daizen sways too? Where do you live? I'm in SoFla.
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Eibach Pro Kit on a 2002 (sits higher than an 01)


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I'm curious to know why you put 235s on your rims. There's no point going wider unless your boosted.
I like the look instead of the 215s the 235s gave it a more filled out look. It looks quite nice now that it's dropped, pics to come.
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