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Old 03-25-2006, 09:10 PM   #1  
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Default Tein Springs

I just got my '06 GT last week and I want to lower it. I am considering the Tein springs which lower the front 0.9 in and the rear
1.7 in. Has anybody used these springs yet and are you happy with them? Also, did you use an adjustable panhard rod?
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Default RE: Tein Springs

Anybody out there that has tried these springs??

I have used the search feature, but find little info.
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