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Old 04-28-2008, 02:38 PM   #1
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Older version FM springs mounted on KYB 8-way adjustable shocks for 90-97 miata. Approx 10k miles on setup. No leaks/blown shocks. $375 shipped.

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what is the difference between the versions of springs?
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what is the difference between the versions of springs?
Don't have the actual # details, but IIRC they went with slightly higher front spring rates and less of a drop with the newer springs.
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Sorry to interupt, but I have a set of these springs. Do you know how to tell which ones are front and rear?
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im pretty sure the longer ones go in the back
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im pretty sure the longer ones go in the back
Think about the mounting location, the rears mount lower then the fronts, short ones go in the back
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Have this same set up, IIRC the springs are "Linear design, spring rates are 342 lb./inch front and 228 lb./inch rear." Could be wrong though.
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