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when installing coilovers is it necessary to replace the entire strut or does it fit. How hard is it to install coilovers? any one reading this that has done it, how hard and how much did you spend? do you like it? thanx
 

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depends on what type u get....

Ground Control (SLEEVE COILOVER SYSTEMS)...u can use whatever struts u want, stock/tokico/kyb

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full systems (TEIN, JIC, etc) they come w/ strunts built in (FULL COILOVER SYSTEMS)...and u can litterally jack the car up...take the old assembly off and replace w/o a compressor of n e kind...

these full systems have yet to be released...
 

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thanx. if anything i would use ground controls and leave it at about an inch drop on the stock struts till i got the cash for struts. and install fee aint shit. i can do it all fo free at skoo. gotta love college!
 

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we have ground controls they cost us 410.00 all together shipped and taxed....my b/f installed them himself on factory struts all the way down without cutting the perch, it took him an afternoon, wasnt that hard but time consuming--the factory struts lasted almost a yr without blowing.......the ride is pretty stiff but handles really really well. I say all in all its worth it

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GC's and Toks are the best setup available. I cant wait to see the results Peterson gets once he puts his on. I wanna see it fully down!
 
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