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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-13-2010, 06:51 PM Thread Starter
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SS Suspension on LT

stock SS/SC springs, struts & shocks, 60k miles..... $90 shipped

assuming these will fit an LT is this a good deal?

It's safe to run the ss shocks with lowered springs right?

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They will bolt right up.

Me and Chris can do it for you.

Are you buying them?

EDIT: Yes thats a good deal. But the SS/SC springs really will not "lower" your car.





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Idk, think I should?

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How many miles are on the shocks/struts?




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60k, that's 25k less than is on my car

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LOL....i'd get em..




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yeah, I just pm'd the person selling them, they're on *************, I was searching for something else completely and ran accross them

edit: sp, so the name of a certain other cobalt site is a bad word, eh?

edit again: I know they won't lower it, but it'll be safer to run the ss shocks with lowered springs, compared to the LT shocks, right?

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yeah, I just pm'd the person selling them, they're on *************, I was searching for something else completely and ran accross them

edit: sp, so the name of a certain other cobalt site is a bad word, eh?

edit again: I know they won't lower it, but it'll be safer to run the ss shocks with lowered springs, compared to the LT shocks, right?
I guess....lol

The FE5 shocks would be the best to run IMO...yes




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mk, thanks, now I'll just hope that I'm somewhere with cell service when they respond... and hope they haven't already sold them.

---------- Post added at 11:08 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:56 PM ----------

what's your drop btw, xfe? is a 2.0 front and 2.5 rear drop too much? I drive on kind of rough roads and am kind of leaning toward the kit with 1.6 front and 1.8 rear.

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