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i want to drop my xb. so im looking for springs to drop it about 2". that seems about right if i have 19". doesnt it? well let me know if anyone has any for sale!
 

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Sprint Sport Springs settle at about a 2" drop

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ill have a set of Tanabe DF210s up for sale in a couple of weeks. they drop it around 2.5-2.75 for me though.

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Go with Tanabe DF210's. I dont really like Gold Line. Its not from personal experince but I see xB's with same wheel set up and gold line suspension with different height. And they dont have a kit either to decieve the eye. I would choose Tanabe over Gold Line
 

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Here's a two inch drop with 18's, you should be fine. These are Goldlines
 

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I just ordered the df210s I have not yet installed them but if you are looking for a place to get them for pretty cheap I ordered mine from ssuperstore.com it was like 170 shipped half way across the country.... On the note of the Df210s how much of the bumpstops can I cut off to make it low low without jeopardizing the durability of the struts...
 

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Whatever you do, don't go with Eibach Sportline like I did. I loved the ride at first, but I definitely don't approve now. I've heard good stuff about Goldline though.
 

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I installed my Tanabe df210 on saturday... Oh man.... The ride quality is spectacular and they were really easy to install... I didnt even use a spring compressor.... Thanks to a good friend from STL for helping me...If anyone is looking for springs I highly recommend the tanabe df210



 
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