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I have a used set of Gen1/2 Eibach lowering springs. Strapped for cash so any parts I'm not using must go!

The set for sale is the center row across. The top set was on my '91 Mocha but was pulled after the car was totaled. If this sale goes well those may be for sale too.


<strike>Price is $160 + shipping. </strike> SOLD



Here's the Mocha's ride height when it had eibachs.

 

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I have a used set of Gen1/2 Eibach lowering springs. Strapped for cash so any parts I'm not using must go!

The set for sale is the center row across. The top set was on my '91 Mocha but was pulled after the car was totaled. If this sale goes well those may be for sale too.


Price is $160 + shipping.



Here's the Mocha's ride height when it had eibachs.


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I take it those would not fit a 95 Wagon?
 

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FWIW, Eibach does make a wagon specific set of springs.
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I know but I am a little nervous. don't want my car to sit flat - it should be down a little in the front, I am worried that a full kit would level it out. Also, from what I have read on the SHO site, a car w/eibachs will pogo unless you couple the eibachs with some big $ front struts.
 

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I run the Eibach/Monroe SensaTrac combination, and have no pogo.
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RacerX - I'll PM you, I don't want to steal SHO Continental's post.
 

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And here I thought with 5 replies I had some interest... :lol2:

Bump for springs still available...
 
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