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11-03-2004 11:27 AM
qp_20
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Originally Posted by unkut2003
I'm sure with your guys help I can get it done!

Kind of a far drive for you? Half way across the country, lol? Im sure you know somebody who could help. There is most likely another member on the site that could hook you up and is a little closer to home.
11-03-2004 01:00 AM
ESMIKE96 with the head on the inside.
Have you ever seen a crocodile seats in the truck
Turn around sit it down and let 'em bite your butt
See the steering wheel is Fendi, dashboard Armani
11-03-2004 12:57 AM
unkut2003
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Originally Posted by Peppa Boy
unkut you hopfully are familier with this song.
Loud pipes big rims

you need the loud pipes then you can mount a ps2 and xbox under the back seat
turn around have 4 15s in the trunk dont see no wires. then you hear BOOOOM from the amplifiers.... alegator seat upolstry. with head on the inside

hhmm.............................Alligator seats!
11-03-2004 12:54 AM
ESMIKE96 unkut you hopfully are familier with this song.
Loud pipes big rims

you need the loud pipes then you can mount a ps2 and xbox under the back seat
turn around have 4 15s in the trunk dont see no wires. then you hear BOOOOM from the amplifiers.... alegator seat upolstry. with head on the inside
11-02-2004 08:14 PM
unkut2003
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Originally Posted by qp_20
Like I said earlier my drops were a little different then what the box stated. Every car will react a little different to the new springs. I also should note that the other two sets have been known to cause the car to shudder a bit, I haven't run into that with the Eibach springs. My tires are 40's and yours are 35's so I don't think that you would have a clearence problem with the Eibach kit. The pic that I have posted is the rear wheel, and the front wheel has a little more clearence. Lastly my car no longer fits onto drive on lifts, the lift must be the forked kind and even then a floor jack must lift the front end to get the forks under the car. The sides aren't causing that problem though, the problem is the even lower sub frame. Be prepared to start rotating your own tires or spend a little more time finding a business with a "flat lift". I personally just bought a floor jack and jack stands, and do the rotating myself. 300 michael is right, the procedure is about six hours, but you will need a good mallet and spring compressor.


I'm sure with your guys help I can get it done!
11-02-2004 07:45 PM
qp_20 Like I said earlier my drops were a little different then what the box stated. Every car will react a little different to the new springs. I also should note that the other two sets have been known to cause the car to shudder a bit, I haven't run into that with the Eibach springs. My tires are 40's and yours are 35's so I don't think that you would have a clearence problem with the Eibach kit. The pic that I have posted is the rear wheel, and the front wheel has a little more clearence. Lastly my car no longer fits onto drive on lifts, the lift must be the forked kind and even then a floor jack must lift the front end to get the forks under the car. The sides aren't causing that problem though, the problem is the even lower sub frame. Be prepared to start rotating your own tires or spend a little more time finding a business with a "flat lift". I personally just bought a floor jack and jack stands, and do the rotating myself. 300 michael is right, the procedure is about six hours, but you will need a good mallet and spring compressor.
11-02-2004 05:15 PM
300Michael The drop should be 1.2" on the Eibach, 1.5" on the H&R's and 1.8" on the Intrax springs. It takes about 6 hours for the do it yourselfer the first time. About 4 hrs after that.
11-02-2004 01:22 PM
unkut2003
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Originally Posted by qp_20
What is the tire size? The drop was about an inch and a quarter in the front, and an inch and a half in the rear. THe back no longer sits so high. The bottom line on the car seems to sit at the same height the whole way down.

245-35-20.........I would want mine leval all the way!
11-02-2004 01:06 PM
qp_20 What is the tire size? The drop was about an inch and a quarter in the front, and an inch and a half in the rear. THe back no longer sits so high. The bottom line on the car seems to sit at the same height the whole way down.
11-02-2004 01:04 PM
unkut2003
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Originally Posted by qp_20
The rims are 18 inch helo diamonds wrapped in a 225/40/z18 Falken 451's. The springs were only 250$! The trick is the instalation. THat could get pricey, but I dunno what it would cost to do so. I recruited a couple of friends that are mechanics. We put the springs in ourselves. I only had to pay for lunch, and a round of golf! Some other people might know what kind of instal cost you would be lookin at if you didn't want to DIY. There are other spring kits for the LH cars, but I really think that Eibach is the superior kit, oh by the way don't for get the camber kit. Eibach also sells those, but I got mine form the shop that did my alignment after the springs were installed!

Nice! So how far of a drop did you get? How is it with the drop and would it affect my 20's?
11-02-2004 12:53 PM
qp_20 The rims are 18 inch helo diamonds wrapped in a 225/40/z18 Falken 451's. The springs were only 250$! The trick is the instalation. THat could get pricey, but I dunno what it would cost to do so. I recruited a couple of friends that are mechanics. We put the springs in ourselves. I only had to pay for lunch, and a round of golf! Some other people might know what kind of instal cost you would be lookin at if you didn't want to DIY. There are other spring kits for the LH cars, but I really think that Eibach is the superior kit, oh by the way don't for get the camber kit. Eibach also sells those, but I got mine form the shop that did my alignment after the springs were installed!
11-02-2004 12:48 PM
unkut2003
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Originally Posted by qp_20
I guess we are hijacking now, lol. I would recommend the eibach kit! I used it on mine and am thrilled with the results. Check out my gallery and let me know what you think!

HELL YA! I didn't even notice, lol! What size rims are those? Ok, now you've got to spill the info! What do I need and how much?
11-02-2004 12:42 PM
qp_20 I guess we are hijacking now, lol. I would recommend the eibach kit! I used it on mine and am thrilled with the results. Check out my gallery and let me know what you think!
11-02-2004 12:36 PM
unkut2003
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Originally Posted by qp_20
And doing a great job there of!

LOL, thanks man. I definitely want to do my interior, but it costs and I would prefer doing a lot of smaller mods over 1 big one. The interior and air bags would top my "big" mod list. The exhaust and a 1.5" drop would top my "smaller" mod list.
11-02-2004 12:34 PM
qp_20 And doing a great job there of!
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