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      $100 Coilovers?

      Just wondering if anyone has tried these and if they're legit or am I missing something here?

      http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/04-06-Ch ... 868wt_1191



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      Re: $100 Coilovers?

      im not going to click the link, but they are not worth the money.

      they are universal, the spring rate is most likely not matched to the lightness of our cars, and even though they say 1-4" adjustment, that is only the length of the collar, not how it works with the strut.

      save some more and get springs, or save 4-5x as much and get real coilovers..


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      Re: $100 Coilovers?

      Ya, I just ordered springs then I saw these. I guess it's one of those "if it's to good to be true, it probably is." And for what the car is, coilovers would be a huge waste of money IMO.



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