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post #1 of 2 Old 07-16-2008, 09:03 PM Thread Starter
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Fox 4cyl springs on 99+struts?

I have a set of stock 4cyl springs but do not have struts yet and cash is tight right now. I will dropping my K-member soon to install my longtubes and it would be ideal to get them in then. Is it possible to run these springs on the taller struts with no ill effect for at least a month or so?

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They will be fine! They are pretty much the same as the moroso or eibach drag springs (very soft and tall).

Your car should transfer weight much better.


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