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2008 Mercury Milan Coil Springs

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Yay corners!

Reviewed By Erik R (WATERFORD, MI) Reviewed for a 2006 Mercury Milan —2/26/2014 8:31 PM

The handling of the car with these replacing the stock springs is like night and day. The car no longer feels like it wants to tip over going around sharper turns at speed. Also makes the car look sportier by lowering it, though because of the way the fender arch is, there's an illusion that the back is lower than the front even though its not. Still, I wish that back springs were a tad longer. Fantastic nonetheless.

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Great Springs

Reviewed By Christopher T (GREENSBORO, NC) Reviewed for a 2001 BMW 7-Series —1/24/2015 10:27 PM

I paired these springs with a set of Bilstein dampers and am extremely thrilled with both the compliment positive handling and better than expected ride quality. The height is just how I wanted with the rear basically being flush without any wheel gap to speak of and about 1/4" of an inch of gap in the front; stock tire sizes on OEM staggered M Parallel wheels. Wished the springs were packed and shipped beter; arrive with a hole rubbed through the box and the red finish scuffed on one coil.

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stock ride quality, and better cornering and looks!

Reviewed By Steve H (Perrysburg, OH) Reviewed for a 2012 Acura TSX —1/20/2015 8:43 AM

These were installed in about 4 hours all 4 corners in garage. The car sits perfect, with just less than a finger gap. The ride over bumps is pretty much the same as stock. less body roll. Installed on stock shocks & struts with 20,000 miles on car. Car looks so much better. Next is to upgrade the 17" wheels & tires to 19's

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