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Most Cobalts sit high in the back, so you might want to lower the back a ½" more in the rear than the front.
 

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Never heard of them. You get what younpay for basically. I've seen eibachs, which are twice as much, snap so I'm not sure how well these woild fair.....

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If it says JDM and Cobalt in the same sentance turn and run!!!
 

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Why is that?

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Oh wait lol Jdm is mostly honda...
 

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jdm isnt american!run! lol get some SSC springs errrbody and they momma love it
 

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Because the typical owner of a cobalt is going to be a college student, or someone that has lower income to afford the luxuries of nice products. This is no excuse however for that person to not save up and get something that will last, just an explination for your quesiton.
 

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I was thinking out loud.

I knew why.

It just bothers me.

I'm not rich by anymeans...but I don't go around buying 1900 EBay products because they're there.
 

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^Agreed to an extent. In fact the majority of my cars aftermarket parts are from ebay. Typically you can find the same price but with free shipping from the same seller (cough cough, zzp does this all the time, cough).
 

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well some things are worth getting via ebay im sure we can agree on that, just not everything
 

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Back on topic, I say no on the springs. I say go fe5shocks and struts then worry about springs later. If you can afford it. Not too expensive.

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That makes no sense. why would you get the struts and shocks if you use the old FE1 springs? Not only are you going to do the work all over again, but you are putting way too much stress on already junky springs.
 

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Why buy lowering springs at all then, when the OEM ones are going to break and lower itself anyway.
 
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