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parts used, money spent........ possible pinched brake lines, and possible spring pop outs...................
and that is the difference between a coil under and a coil over
 

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Originally posted by carinstaller03@Aug 31 2005, 05:46 PM~3728498
theres no diference in ride height? or ride quality? i have noticed that when the cars is all the way up the cylinder then compresses the spring but the car go no higher
it does that both ways
 

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Originally posted by carinstaller03@Aug 31 2005, 03:46 PM~3728498
theres no diference in ride height? or ride quality? i have noticed that when the cars is all the way up the cylinder then compresses the spring but the car go no higher
Its better to have coil over spring on top than coil under spring on bottom for many reasons you can put bigger cylinders in back and higher lift spring wont pop out on 3 wheels and ride is about same but you can go faster with nothing to worry about ;)
 
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