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Old 02-01-2016, 09:18 PM   #1
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Just finished my bushing replacement on my 97' SS. New Edlebrock shocks with ...

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Eibach springs
Edelbrock shocks and adjustable struts
Edelbrock rear tubular control arms
Energy Suspension Hyperflex Bushing Kits 3-18130R

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Looks absolutely delicious! How much did that run you?


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Looks absolutely delicious! How much did that run you?


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The bushing kit was $160 (Summit Racing)
Found a guy selling the shocks, struts, springs and tubular rear control arms all new for $500.
Roughly $660
2 days to do the front
1 day to do the rear



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Eibach springs
Edelbrock shocks and adjustable struts
Edelbrock rear tubular control arms
Energy Suspension Hyperflex Bushing Kits 3-18130R

Looks way better man !!


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Looks better for sure! Have you had any issues with ground clearance?


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Looks better for sure! Have you had any issues with ground clearance?


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Thank you. I am loving how it looks compared to the stock height.

I really didn't get a chance to drive it around town, just went down my street to see how it drove and to see how my alignment was. Definitely needs an alignment. I don't foresee any issues with ground clearance but will keep you posted.



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WOW my springs must be sagging, if that's stock vs. lowered height, because mine is almost at the level of your lowered height. Add that to my list of restorative maintenance...
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Nice work, what was the total cost for you?
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Sorry, just saw post with cost
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