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    Gday Everyone!!
    I am just curious if anyone knows the spring rates and heights of King Spring Lows at all?? If anyone has any pics at all of these springs on thier car at all either, that would be great!
    Also what shocks did you run with these King Springs in the rear??
    Just doing some homework on rear springs
    Regards, Ben.

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    the hight and rates of king springs is "less than desirable"

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    the hight and rates of king springs is "less than desirable"[/b]

    soft

    high

    I used standard replacement shocks, they were well and truly captive as they ned to stay road legal with standard shocks. good for a street car!

    I have a full set if you are after some

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    Ring up King springs and ask for specs, thats what I did

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    dude NO!

    I know you want them because like 'every other ke/ae owner you have no money' and you can get them through work for $2

    im sure they are for your n2?

    they are MARGINALLY stiffer than stock

    no good even for a hills only car

    I will do you trade on my springs....or at least tell you the specs

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    I had kings lows in my ae71, you can see the heights in the members rides section (rear ae71/ae86 kings are the same)

    They were way, way way too soft, made the car pitch and roll quite a bit - I have since changed to 8kg/6kg springs and the difference can be measured in light years handling wise


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    As I said, I am just doing my homework on different spring and rates, as I am not as knowledgable as all you other Drift Kings.......pfft

    Yes, I can get stuff VERY CHEAP, and I actually have LOTS of money, (more than anyone on here) but why would I want repainted other brand springs with your stickers on them Dave???

    I am not going too buy King Springs, but wanted to know the spring rates and how high they sit. I also wanted info if anyone else had used them in thier vehicles. That was all...

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    As I said, I am just doing my homework on different spring and rates, as I am not as knowledgable as all you other Drift Kings.......pfft

    Yes, I can get stuff VERY CHEAP, and I actually have LOTS of money, (more than anyone on here) but why would I want repainted other brand springs with your stickers on them Dave???

    I am not going too buy King Springs, but wanted to know the spring rates and how high they sit. I also wanted info if anyone else had used them in thier vehicles. That was all...[/b]
    LOL I actually have lots of money,

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    woah steady on there boys, take it easy...it's know one else's business how much money anyone has or doesn't have.

    as for the springs yeah too soft, king springs for a falcon however are the way to go, gota cut them though, but they are nice and stiff :2thumbs:

    you might be lukcy to find a falcon at the wreckers that has king springs in it, and wreckers dont charge much for 2nd hand springs

    but if you say you have "lots of money" then just get some from that ajps guy, if I had the cash thats what I'd be doing
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    Had your period today medwin46???

    How about you check all of my past posts and see how much SHIT I get from all the children on here, before you start loudmouthing me!!!!!
    it's actually the idiot tools like YOU who post stupid shit like that that gets threads going NOWHERE!!!!!! You silly fuck!!! A lot of you idiots on here must wear crash helmets full time....you're so dumb!!! Stay out of my thread, unless you something important to say about my thread!!!!! Jesus Christ.......

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