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Old 09-11-2008, 12:15 AM   #1
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Default Coil spring weight

I'm trying to get the stock GT coil spring weight. Would any of you happen to have a stocker laying around from a swap?
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i do, i have some in the garage, ill throw them on scale tomorrow. did you want front and rear?
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I think he is referring to the sprung weight as in #'s. I would guess that stock would be somewhere around 125~150?

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I am interested in the actual weight. Can someone throw a set of 4 stock springs on a scale for me? Thanks.
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