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i recently found out that H&R makes springs for scions, also. this makes things more complicated as i already had my mind set on eibach's springs. now i am between the two.
which one is the more reputable company? or, those of yu who have the H&R's already, how do yu like it? there's already a lot about the eibach's on this forum, so i have a pretty good idea of how people feel about it.
thanks for the replies, guys. i think im gonna wait for a few people to try the H&R's first before i make up my mind. i just don't ahve the money to do the testing. having asked around, most people recommend eibach. so, im still leaning that way.
I've worked with H&R's street and track springs and their Coilover systems. They make a GREAT product. It works well. However, I've got sprint springs in mine and it's great. If I wanted to go all out with coilovers then H&R(if they make them) is all you need. Sprint is a smaller comapny, but their parts work well. besides, they are all just a coil of wire... We REALLY should be asking what type of spring (specific or progressive) they are and what the spring rates are. Thats what REALLY matters!
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