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I bought these used last Fall but never got around to installing them. If I remember correctly the original owner said they were on his car for less than 4,000 miles. Comes in original box. Price is $250 plus shipping and PayPal fees (shipping to US addresses only). PM me to make arrangements.
 

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free bump. will let you know. Im just checking the drop on this springs and checking the review.
Sure thing. I wanted to go with H&R's because I've had H&R sport springs in the past and really liked them. I didn't get a chance to install these and found that the wheel/tire combination I want to run wasn't going to jive with being lowered. I checked into shorter tires, but Michelin Pilot Super Sports weren't available in the size I needed for the front. Ultimately, that's why I'm selling -- I didn't want to run Hankooks just so I could be 1.25" lower. Feel free to PM with any questions; I can probably get you pointed in the right direction even if I may not be able to fully answer them.
 

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sorry all the questions, newbie here. lol. so installing this springs do you know if my alignment will get affected..? and stock rims will not rub or anything right.. I like the stockies 19s
 

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sorry all the questions, newbie here. lol. so installing this springs do you know if my alignment will get affected..? and stock rims will not rub or anything right.. I like the stockies 19s
Your questions don't bother me. I'm here to help! No, you won't rub on stock wheel/tire configuration for sure. This spring set was made to replace the stock spring setup for a stock wheel/tire combo. You will need to get an alignment though.
 
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