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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-21-2010, 12:05 PM Thread Starter
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Are the springs for an SS the same for an Ls?
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Are the springs for an SS the same for an Ls?
what do you mean. Are you asking if the stock springs from an SS and LS are the same. Then the answer is no.




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I want to buy some springs i just wana know if when i buy them i need to buy some that are not for an SS
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I want to buy some springs i just wana know if when i buy them i need to buy some that are not for an SS
Ok so im guessing you have an LS....here look into these. https://www.yourcobalt.com/forums/nev...group-buy.html

And it depends on what spring you looking at, to determine that. What kind of drop are you looking for.

EDIT: i see you have a 4dr ls.....With those springs right there^^^ you will get a drop like this>>>https://www.yourcobalt.com/forums/sus...ooks-like.html





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Im just looking to go as low as i can with out cutting or heating the springs up. and i dont want coil overs. I dont know much about lowering cars but give me a truck and its done.

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Im just looking to go as low as i can with out cutting or heating the springs up.
Then i recommend the B&G or SSC Springs. Try checking out are vendors here.




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Thanks for the input

---------- Post added at 02:50 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:38 PM ----------

Are the springs hard to replace at home with the proper tools?
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If you've never done it before, give urself about 4 hours at least.

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