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1988 BMW 3-Series Suspension Systems

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Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Springs Reviews

3855.140 for Chevelle

Reviewed By aaron w (landenberg, PA) Reviewed for a 1967 Chevy Chevelle —2/13/2012 9:09 PM

I replaced my front and rear stock coil springs with the eibach pro-kit and man, what a difference. I have a 383 small block in the car with iron heads, no a/c. It dropped the front down 1 1/2" and dropped the back a little less, still more than an 1". I really like the stance, has a nice forward rake. Front and rear tires are just tucked up under the fender lips. It handles like a different car, stays much flatter in the turns, and has a better ride quality. Noticeably stiffer but not at all harsh. I did get a chance to beat on it a little bit and it felt like it was hooking up a little better as well. Best of all worlds. Only complaint is on the 67 chevelle, the rear coils are supposed to have pigtails on both ends of the springs to fit around the cups on the spring pearch and up on the frame, these eibachs just have a pigtail on one end and are open on the other. I put the pigtail end on the bottom and it seems to work fine. All in all this is a great set of springs, i'm very happy with them!

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Mounting suggestion sheet for various trucks

Reviewed By Gabriel N (Columbia, MO) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Ram —2/13/2012 4:24 PM

RAM 2500 07.5 quad-cab. Ease of mounting could be improved w/suggestions. Wanted to install the tank and compressor upright so the bleed valve could be on the bottom instead of on the side should it be side mounted onto the unside frame. Did not want to drill holes in the truck's tube frame and besides the tank and compressor mounting scews seems too small if side mounted for the amount of vibration it would be subject to. .... Clamped on two 10" 90 degree corner braces (Lowes) to build a rack with mounting rails onto the frame. Parts provided suggest a loosely hanging quick air connection. Including half inch brass 90 and T manifold for a rigid quick connect would have been helpful. Connections for the unit was very easy.

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Stable and Predictable

Reviewed By Derrick T (Chino Hills, CA) Reviewed for a 2002 Honda Accord —2/13/2012 3:31 PM

Second day out with the new Gabriel struts, it provides a stable and predictable ride. I am glad I replaced my old worn struts. It's good value for the money, would have preferred Made in USA or Made in Japan. It was a little dissappointing the struts didn't come as brightly finished, it was a dull finish with no brand identifier as shown during purchase.

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