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Like the title say I was at the local yard and found a set of Eibach springs, the red oned, and wanted to know how to tell if they are still good.

And if so what else would I need to completed the system? The focus had yellow Koni shocks on th front and different ones on the back? dont know what that was about?

The car looked as if it was hit dead on! messed up front end. Another one bites the dust just makes my car rare!
 

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You lucky SOB! I think if the springs are still intact and symmetrical, you should be fine. Grab the Yellows and test them, and buy some back ones. Discount suspension!
 

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The Eibach reds normally indicate their ERS race spring line. While these are an excellent spring they come in a broad range of spring rates. If the serial number on each spring is readable, a call to Eibach may reveal the spring rate which while dictate what shock should be used. You could also take the spring to a race shop as most have a spring gauge and compressor that will reveal that info as well. Expect to pay a few bucks for this service.
 

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Eibach sportlines are also red.
 

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thanx every one gonna go back add get them. i'll try to post some pics.
 

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I live in fairfield and that is where the junkyard is.

And I'm pretty sure that it didn't have SVT brakes front or back, sorry.

It was a Kona focus.
 

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dont know yet?
 

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dont know yet
 

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phil you lucky punk, i go to pic n pull and cant even find stock mirrors
Lolololololololol.
Lol at the yard here there are only like two foci in the s.o.b.
and they're wrecked to hell.
 

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Eibach sportlines are also red.

My point is that he needs to confirm the springs weights so he can match them to the correct shocks. If they are indeed an ERS spring some serious shocks may be required. Even the increased spring rates of the sportlines requires some good shocks. The Eibach shocks designed specifically for them would be a good initial choice.
 

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Lolololololololol.
Lol at the yard here there are only like two foci in the s.o.b.
and they're wrecked to hell.
lol at my junk yard there is only 1 smashed up foci ..and its a brown wagon with steelies and a brown interior
 

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Nice snag!
 
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