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Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by SIRH22, Mar 12, 2003.

  1. SIRH22

    SIRH22 Member

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    If anybody here is thinking about buying Sportlines for a 94 to 97 Accord think again. I have Sportlines and the coils on the rear springs hit against each other and make quite a raquet. Now i am thinking about getting rid of them and buying some that dont have the same problem.
     
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    That could be dead struts more than bad springs...
     
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    how many miles were on your car when you dropped it, if you are over 65,000 you should have gotten new struts/shocks when you dropped it
     
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    I also installed brand new KYB's.
     
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    sounds like u got the wrong spring rates. i would double check the part no.s. eibach has been making springs for 50 years. i doubt it is a common problem.
     
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