scooter said:Ok, I just did some checkin online and the part #'s are the same. So,they're the same. I will double check the part # that we have been using but I'm sure those are the ones. The SMS website says they are $229.00 and $199.00 on SPS. Since I'm a SMS dealer, I'm not gonna say anything.
:update: All four of the Smith's Red Lines are lowered now. We have also done like four or five more for customers.
i believe the ride is like stock, they weren't made for the redline, wait for eibach's springs and they will be made for the rlpdo321 said:Thanks so far guys, I was wondering more along the lines of how much better it handles, well for seat of the pants driving. I know everybody else's style is different, but it would be nice to hear your thoughts.
Yeah, you just need the springs and as far as the cost goes, that's gonna differ from shop to shop. The rears are super simple. Do those yourself and have the fronts done at a shop. That would save ya a lil bit of cashola.JPK said:Hey scooter, what is the labor cost for lowering one? Also, do you need some sort of kit or just new springs?