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Old 03-27-2012, 01:40 PM   #1
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Good, clean set of S-Tech springs.

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Pics to follow tonight if needed. Until then just picture green coils.

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For NA or NB?
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For NA or NB?
Sorry...closed ended springs for NA use.
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Okay, I'm interested. Have they sagged? Do you have any pics of the car with them on it?

I have FM springs (early version) on the car, which have sagged so I'm sitting in the weeds. I either have to make some sort of spacers, or get new springs. But, if they are going to be as low as I have now, it would be sort of pointless.
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These are a really low mileage set I have yet to install.

I've owned three sets of these springs, and these are the best looking set I've laid hands on.

The rears supposedly sit low as manufactured although I didn't notice it. I ran a set of FCM spacers on the back with one set (very well used) about 3 years ago and loved the ride height that way.
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How low? Are we talking an inch +/-, or slammed CR style? How thick a spacer?

My pinch rails are less than 3.5" off the ground, and it's too low to get the jack underneath. I'm looking to get it back up.
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I want to say I was within 0.5" of 12.5" all around. That's fender lip to wheel center. I never measure pinch weld, but could get my HF aluminum "race" jack under there no issue.
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Shipped to 29303? Thanks
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Sorry, payment sent last night.
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Sold to Mr. 1337.
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