Hawaii ...Damn didnt think about that! That shipping will hurt. Im not the kind to go back on the deal though. But if i endup having to pay to get them to you, even after the 180, i think youd agree that its not such a good deal for me.
They are not brand new. They have 3000 miles on'em.
just talked to her. she said she does want them. if you could PM me your info or email me at [email protected] we will have the money order sent out tomorrow or monday. if all works out you will have it by thursday.
I don't mean to confuse matters here guys,
but I have a '91 Stealth RT & '91 3000GT SL, both with ECS.
The front springs are twice the diameter of the rear springs...
When ordering aftermarket springs, they want to know if your car is ECS or non-ECS,
but I haven't a clue as to what the physical differences are in the springs.
hmm its all confusing to me. Like i said, however, the rear intrax springs were just a little larger in diameter than the stock rear springs, which made it a little hard to get them into them into the rubber cushions. After i did they worked fine.
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