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I installed the eibach pro-kit! It took about 2 1/2 hours. Very easy install! Car looks much lower! Funny thing is that it sits level, I thought the rear wouldn't be even with the front but it is! Rides very good! Handles great. Feels much more sporty! I think eibach springs and the rex inserts make a really good first couple of mods!

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You can keep the hot chick on the left if you want! I forgot her name. Anyone that can bounce Doritos off of a washing-machine and into her mouth is my kinda girl!
 

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ryansrt said:
I installed the eibach pro-kit! It took about 2 1/2 hours. Very easy install! Car looks much lower! Funny thing is that it sits level, I thought the rear wouldn't be even with the front but it is! Rides very good! Handles great. Feels much more sporty! I think eibach springs and the rex inserts make a really good first couple of mods!

Ryan
did you have to use a spring compressor to get the old springs off and put the new ones on?
 

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Yes I did rent one from a local car parts store but I didn't need it. I just wrapped the strut with a towel and used an air impact wrench 21mm deep socket, worked like a charm! Its very very easy!

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spring compressor

Really?
Man, on my 98 R/T I had to compress the stock springs down a LOT to get them off. The Mopar Hi-Rates went on without a compresser, so I guess it's possible.
 
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