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10-07-2004 11:16 AM
frogg5872 hmmmm it seems as if the car has finally settled. Now it looks a lot better and you CAN tell of the rear drop now....lemme find the pic
08-22-2004 07:15 AM
frogg5872 no scraping yet. Springs were $130 shipped on ebay, dampners $300, front and rear camber kit $135. So like $565. PLus i did it so i bought a spring compressor for $45. Which i am selling for $30 shipped.
08-21-2004 03:05 PM
focusonthefocus it would appear you are a lucky man. All in all, how much did it cost if I may ask? And... are you worried you'll scrap those mud guards?
08-21-2004 02:47 PM
frogg5872 i think that about all the pics one would need to see. I dont feel like taking the tire to take a pic of the strut.
08-21-2004 02:44 PM
frogg5872 I also highly suggest you get this.....camber kit for the front. You adjust it with that square hole.
08-21-2004 02:42 PM
frogg5872 here are the springs

Note: you can see the eibach shocks.
08-21-2004 02:42 PM
frogg5872 thats just because of the driveway. Flat on flat it looks pretty even. Here are a couple more...
08-21-2004 02:18 PM
tension001 can tell that the front is lower now. the rear stilllooks a little high
08-21-2004 02:13 PM
frogg5872 and the whole car
08-21-2004 02:11 PM
frogg5872 and the rear
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