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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-15-2010, 05:59 PM Thread Starter
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Eibach or H&R?

So Im gonna lower my car and I cant decide between sportlines or H&R race springs. The sportlines are $450 installed and the H&Rs are $500 Installed.
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H&R and Eibach are both high quality springs if you're looking just to lower.

H&R's are a lower drop than the Eibachs.


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If your doing in Van I could probably get my buddy to install for a pack of beer, might save you some cash??

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If your doing in Van I could probably get my buddy to install for a pack of beer, might save you some cash??
might have to do that lol
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i install all the local guy's stuff for free. I just take the complete stock spring/strut combo to my mechanic and he swaps the springs out in 15 minutes for 35 bucks. Can't beat that and it saves me time over using the compressor.


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