Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Coon Rapids, MN
Only 2 main factors...quality and name.
Different springs have different drops and spring rates, but the thing that sets them apart the most is how they are made. Eibach offers a million mile warranty and supposedly Drop Zone offers a warranty for as long as you have them installed in the original car they were purchased for (BS)...they have no contact info out there on the web...when you order their springs, they send nothing that tells you how to contact them if you have problems...their website doesn't even go anywhere....it comes up suspended. It is dropzonesuspension.com which is cbwheels.com.
Do some searches for Drop Zone springs and you will see the biggest complaint is that they squeak like crazy...people get annoyed by them and buy something better...save yourself some money in the long run and buy a bigger name brand...not saying to go with Eibach, but choose wisely and research.
Remember, you get what you pay for.
Eibach, H&R, B&G, Pedders, there are others, but I can't remember them right now that I would go with over Dropzone.
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