Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by stevennn09, Jul 9, 2008.
i just ordered my springs from a site called devl tuning. anyone know anything about them?
Um, yeah...it's probably better to ask about a company's reputation BEFORE you order something from them rather then ordering it and then saying "hey is this website a good place to buy parts from, or what?"
& coilovers are one of those things that should be of good quality, especially since they are what holds your car up.
i havent mailed the check yet. but they're megan lowering springs, they were 123 with shipping and handling. which is what they were on jdmcaboy.com but they were gunna take 3-5 weeks to ship as opposed to devl tuning's 2-5 days.
as long as you are happy with them thats all that matters, how much of a drop are u going for?
well i was just wondering if they're a decent compant before i send the check but it's whatever.
and it says a 0-3 inch drop. i'm expecting somewhere around 2 inches..
personally i went with eibach, it wasnt too expensive & i know its a reliable name, & i got a 1.8" drop
Why are you sending them a check? It's gonna take that much longer for them to ship your stuff. Do you not have a checking account? If you have a checking account you can use PayPal to pay online instantly.
As for Megan's quality, they usually make pretty decent stuff for the prices they charge...
the owner of the body shop i work at gives me checks for an auto part that i need. tires allignments exhuast springs. anything of that nature. and i just work it off whenever i want. so i'd rather do that than pay for it out of my own pocket at one time. ya know what i mean? and the shop's like a 6 hour drive away from me. so it's not that bad.
So is this for your car, or somebody else's? I guess I'm confused as to why your boss is giving you checks to pay for stuff if it's not work-related...
his boss will write him a check for a part and he works it off.. instead of saving up the money.. good idea if you cant save money
Ah, I see. Yeah I suppose that works. It really doesn't teach you much about being responsible with money though, or help build your credit in anyway. Oh well... :shrug:
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