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question #56061 Oct 26, 6:15pm Oct 26, 6:15pm
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question
im thinking about ordering a set of TRD lowering springs and im still up in the air whether or not to get the shocks also. Are the new shocks really needed? Do the stock ones premature that quickly once the new springs are installed?

checked the post above the answer wasn't really clear.
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Re: question [Re: NIKONGT] #56062 Oct 26, 6:25pm Oct 26, 6:25pm
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well since the springs arent a big differance from stock you should be fine for good amount of time

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