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Old 01-24-2005, 05:31 PM   #1
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I was going to order them from DP because as far as I know Ty'* the only guy who sells them,I havent had any problems with DP or Ty from my previous orders,but with all the problems going on now,I have no idea where to look :( ,Anyone know where i should look,I know smellbird scored a set ,not sure if anyone else has but i would greatly appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction.



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Paul, DP is the only place that i have ever herd of that sells the drop springs. I think that Ebiach makes a adjustble coil overs for the H body...........
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paul fill those wheel well'*(bigger rims)
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paul fill those wheel well'*(bigger rims)
LoL,18 chromies are the biggest I would go on a car,dont get me wrong I like twenkies but the weight of the chrome wheels kills performance,Ive already noticed quite a difference between the 18'* and the stockers ,Im trying to turn this thing into a speed boat . Thanks 1993 SLE I'll contact Eibach and see if they have anything available.
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Ty got his springs through another company, you'll probably be able to buy them from the company as well, Some people know some of those companies he worked with, so just sit tight for a lil bit...
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Edelbrock ? ,Do they make components for our cars now ?,I took a look on their suspension components applications on their site and nothing came up for my car,the only bonneville'* they showed where like from the 80'*.
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I wish I could remember the name of the company Ty told me but that email is long gone. Hard to believe it'* almost been 2 years since I got them in.
I think Koni offered the adjustable coil overs, but the price was ridiculous.
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So does anyone know the name of the place where DP gets their springs from?
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