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re: Well I did it. H&R coil overs (archive)

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Posted by Damian on January 16, 2002 at 02:03:59:

the ride is more than I could ask for. not hard atol. I did need new bearings-(as you know the bearings can't be taken on and off) TMS won't tell you that unless you ask..Make sure you ask for the camber set. about 250.00 A MUST! If you want to do this, and live in LA, California, I know a place that does this for under 100 bucks..It's no joke. A real certified shop..I almost paid 300 till I got pissed at my bulls11T machanic, and met up with these guys(highly recommended by pit stop) who did it for 80.00 bucks..I was so happy. Then talking to the guy. HE offered many quotes on stuff for a 3rd the labor that I would have paid in the past...I would have to see this with my own eyes to believe it, and I did..If you live in LA, come check out the work if your're intereted in doing this..It will make you feel much better on your decision...The whole cost of everything was under 1,900--Cambers,coilovers,rear adjustable springs,front wheel bearings(which you should change around a 100,000+ miles-or when you hear them),H&R rear shocks, and labor.. I wish I did this years ago...

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