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Old 04-30-2012, 06:52 PM   #1
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Coil overs vs. Factory Springs

I am set on replacing the factory Billlies on my 2012 TRD Sport with 5100s. Will I notice a significant difference between a a preassembled coil over (with Eibach springs from Toytec) and using the factory springs. Replacing the shocks only and setting the front at like 1.75 to improve stance will cost 1/2 the price of a coil over package. I'm just worried that the ride will end up harsh. Will there be a noticeable difference?

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