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Old 04-21-2006, 07:27 PM   #1
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I haven't found a set of springs yet, just curious if I should wait to have this put on or go ahead. Would it be effective to?
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"Have this put on"? Are you not doing it yourself? No reason to wait for springs. PHB is the easiest thing on the car to install. Just 2 bolts.
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"Have this put on"? Are you not doing it yourself? No reason to wait for springs. PHB is the easiest thing on the car to install. Just 2 bolts.
I agree put it on first. Very easy and you can feel results even with no other suspension mods. Might as well get some performance outta it before you get springs. I put my PHB, LCAs and relocation brackets on and hell i just bought the lowering springs and shocks today. It is worth it to put em on. Then again if you wanna wait and do it all at once go for it. Its personal preference. You got adjustable PHB right? Gonna need to adj once lowered.
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