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Old 11-04-2001, 06:51   #1 (permalink)
 
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compressin springs and costs

does anyone know how much this would cost? i figure it shouldn't cost too much...
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My brother got the springs on his Maverick/Patrol re-set (they had sagged) for $55 each, but that was at trade price.
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$55 each to reset them?!?!?!

OK... I guess 4WD springs are more expensive - but thats more than you pay for new springs!!!!!
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ooops..that was supposed to be $55 for each pair.

Thanks for spotting that kell.
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phew!

you scared the **** outta me for a second there! hehe $55 is sweet - i like the sound of that. i just don't want to fork out even more money for suspension.

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Guys you sure it costs that much to re-set springs. I'm assuming you guys are talking about coil springs, cause it definitly cost alot more than that to reset leafs.

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Yep, I am talking about coils.

Also note that I said the $55 per pair was at mates rates.

This works to reset sagged springs to their normal height. I dont if it would work to lower springs.

I say you'd be better off getting new springs altogether, its not that much more.
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bah... i'll just call bob at whiteline and see what he's got to say...

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just a question.... why do you want to reset the springs?

Its safer and quicker to get new springs.

When you reset srings, your car is off the road for 2 days.

When you get new springs, your car is off the road for 2 hours.

New springs are only $90 a pair.
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