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Old 08-11-2003, 22:59   #1 (permalink)
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What Spring/Shocks for a EF Fairmont

Hey all,

I've got a EF Fairmont and i'm getting some 17x7's for it with 235 rubber.
My question is what Springs/Shocks do you suggest, I want my car to handle well but more importantly i want is AS LOW AS POSSIBLE.
I havent got a budget yet, but air bags are out of the Question .

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Re: What Spring/Shocks for a EF Fairmont

king springs superlows and monroe GT gas shocks.
camber castor kit on that list too.
should come in fairly cheap :)
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Re: What Spring/Shocks for a EF Fairmont

You may find that if you go to superlows that you may need the GT bushes so the extra shims can go on for more adjustment to the camber. I needed them. We found that on the same car with the same specs that dramas had arisen and tyres were getting chewed out of everywhere. They cost $72 each, and you need 4 of them! Plus the front end alignment and labour, you are looking at over $400 alone.
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ah ok thanks

Labour side isnt a worry

What are Monroe Gt shicks worth?

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