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Old 01-24-2013, 03:24 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Whoops, my question was are these the shocks that come on the MS6. That was the only post I could find about the GR2s on MSF. I think i'm going to go with these.
I hope you have a good fender-roller handy for those eibach's
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Old 01-24-2013, 03:26 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I hope you have a good fender-roller handy for those eibach's
I think someone from the local NATOR group has one. I'll ask over there. Good thing you told me! lol I didn't know I'd need one!
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Yea, your rear will need a good pull and roll, front may be okay, but never hurts (if done right)
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Arent the fronts already rolled from factory? If not, i guess the prior owner must have done them, but not the rears? Ha, hmm...
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Front's are rolled from the factory, but there is room for more rolling... rears will have to be rolled, especially on 225/45 tires
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Front's are rolled from the factory, but there is room for more rolling... rears will have to be rolled, especially on 225/45 tires
I have the stock size 215s on there. My next set of tires I was going to go with the 225s though. And I go through them more than I care to! So with stock sized tires I don't need to roll my fenders?
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With eibach's you will most likely have to... I ran H&R which rubbed slightly in the rear, and that was without any weight too... play it safe and roll the rears
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