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Old 09-05-2014, 10:23 AM   #1
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car is a 2001 Buick regal ls looking at rock auto and some others looks like all they show in coil springs for the rear are cargo coils
as I thought don't the part with the most winds mount at the top?
I have 2 Gabriel quick struts to install and it looks like they are on backwards?
the picture in closed is like what I am looking at
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wouldnt matter either way. only matters that you have the same spring on both sides of the car
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if it don't matter why do all information shows the coils close together all ways at the top like this
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not to get into a physics lesson but the force is the same on a dual rate spring regardless of its orientation.
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