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coil springs?

Discussion in 'Under the Hood' started by kdogg212001, December 19, 2004.

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    1. kdogg212001

      kdogg212001 Active Member

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      ok i drive around all the time and see other xlt's that seem to look higher than mine, and i am thinkin it could be the coils in the front! well i mean i hit a speed bump and then its really soft kinda bouncy, my rear is solid because i have air shocks back there<< didnt like the sag from gas shocks!! but i was wonderin wear could i and how much and i lookin and for a new set for the front?? places, options?
       
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      go to www.summitracing.com, they have some. or you could just get the 2 inch coil spacers for about $100.
       

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