what is a good brand, and what is the best for the cheapest? what can I get out of my stock ones? any help would be great.
i just bought some B+G's, but i'm not putting them in until spring. (can't get into the driveway when lowered) the threads i read before seemed to say that the B+G's were the closest to stock as far as ride.korax123 said:What about B&G's? I allways thought they were the best for our cars?
Again....you're kidding, right??? (other one was about the exhaust tip I was selling)all4glh said:I've never heard of Eibachs causing an issue with the rear end sitting lower. Do you have any references to threads discusing this?
God hates you. :werd:snobrdrdan said:Again....you're kidding, right??? (other one was about the exhaust tip I was selling)
Check ANY thread about the Eibachs and someone always chimes in to say they're ass heavy or the back is saggy
You mean PROGRESS brand springs???all4glh said:God hates you. :werd:
I've been going back and forth between progressive and eibachs. From what i've read the eibachs have the best ride comparable to stock. I remember seeing a few photo's of progressive springs that looked to sag in the rear. I guess it could have been the angle of the picture or something though.
That's what I get for watching porn and typing at the same time. I re-edited.snobrdrdan said:You mean PROGRESS brand springs???
Because the Eibachs are a progressive spring :shrug03:
The Progress ones ride REALLY nice...no joke. Hitting a HUGE pot hole or some nasty rail road tracks of course doesn't feel too great, but that's gonna be expected with a lowered car....but normal bumps & normal rail road tracks are fine.
hahahaha. actually, when i lower mine, i'd be worried about either the front or the rear dragging....or either hitting when being dragged or driven up onto a flatbed...but i'm not really worried about having to be towed in the first place.snobrdrdan said:s it gonna be repo'd soon, or you got some parking tickets or something??