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Price of a set of Coilovers?

Discussion in 'Center Of Gravity' started by sled_dog, Dec 25, 2003.

  1. sled_dog

    sled_dog 1 ton status

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    What do a set of Coilovers run these days? I'm figuring next winter I'll be going 3 link front and coilover with either coilover back or coil spring. I'd just like to know what my goal is to save and put aside over the next year.
     
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    My 2.5x18's were about 300 each then the 3 coils and tripple rate kits were another 300 or so... So thats about 600 per corner plus tax and shipping /forums/images/graemlins/eek.gif
     
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    yeah that would be the reason I was thinking just front /forums/images/graemlins/crazy.gif I was figuring 500 a corner. What about the Bilsteins that are like $200 a shock? Then just some custom dual rate coils.
     
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    nevermind I was thinking fo the 6100 series but those are only 10" travel forget that.
     
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    King coil overs- 16" travel- 2.5"-Last yea paid $550.00 USD per corner plus shipping.
     
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    Here is a page with the prices on complete coilovers. Your going to want 2.5's on a fullsize. 2.0's simply dont cut it, and 3.0's will be overkill for a rock crawler.
     
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