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Old 01-06-2012, 09:01 AM   #1
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where to buy eibachs?

Looks like on toytec they are back ordered, everwhere else I look I'm only seeing lowering springs.

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Toytec is the only place to get them as far as I know.
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mounted with the Bilstein 5150's, those give you a 3" lift, correct?
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Yes, with 5100 on stock setting. 5150 are rear shocks
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Yes, with 5100 on stock setting. 5150 are rear shocks
I thought that the Eibach would yield about 1.6" at stock and about 2-1/2" at .85 ?
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I thought that the Eibach would yield about 1.6" at stock and about 2-1/2" at .85 ?
On a Second Gen yes. First Gens get 3"






First Gen superiority!!!!!!!
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Looks like on toytec they are back ordered, everwhere else I look I'm only seeing lowering springs.

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Eibach makes them specifically for toytec, you can only get them through there, sorry

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On a Second Gen yes. First Gens get 3"






First Gen superiority!!!!!!!
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