[DML] Re: update on #2613's springs
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[DML] Re: update on #2613's springs



$400 is too much for a NEW set of aftermarket springs.  If you can get
the spring specs, you can have a set made for less than that!  A brand
new set of Eibachs for another car are only $290 from Summit Racing. 
If you've seen how springs are made, then you'll know that a low
volume of springs will have little effect on pricing.

My car is already lowered, so I'm not looking to spearhead a lowering
spring GP, but I'm sure someone else could.


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