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Old 05-08-2014, 06:55 PM   #21
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So I went and tightened up the center nut on the front struts and aligned the springs noticed the Springs say Manzo on them with a little more research they are indeed Megan Racing springs. all made in the same place in CA just the Manzos are blue instead of orange and don't come with a warranty.
cant wait to get these on.

should i pick a set of these up

http://www.steedafocus.com/parts/for...ar-camber-kit/

I think I'm going to go with this Steeda sway bar

http://www.steedafocus.com/parts/for...-rear-swaybar/
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Doesn't hurt to have 'em, but you can wait & see if they're needed.

Rear bar Will make a big difference, most end up getting those mounts welded on eventually to make them quieter.

You're going to think you got in the wrong car it'll feel so different!
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Okay I just got the shocks and springs installed yesterday. Now I've got some noise in the front, that sounds like clunKing I don't know what it could be I'm pretty sure the center nut is as tight as it can go. Need some ideas on what to check
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