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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by neuroticdave View Post
    Thanks for the reply! I recall reading that for some coilover kits would require some other part (the name escapes me at the moment) to get alignments done correctly. Does this kit need that?

    Some cars have required the alignment bushings. It is a hit & miss thing.
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    Received my kit today. Quality looks pretty darn good for the price. Couldn't be happier except for the fact that I thought they came complete, hence selling my stock setup. Question is, for the fronts, I'm assuming I need (2) strut mounts, (6) bolts/nuts, and (2) rubber thingys or can I skip the rubber pads (can't seem to find them at my local junkyard)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagnumRT05 View Post
    Received my kit today. Quality looks pretty darn good for the price. Couldn't be happier except for the fact that I thought they came complete, hence selling my stock setup. Question is, for the fronts, I'm assuming I need (2) strut mounts, (6) bolts/nuts, and (2) rubber thingys or can I skip the rubber pads (can't seem to find them at my local junkyard)?

    Yes you will reuse the top mounts and various bolts. The rubber pads aren't required but you can use the top one on the bottom for the rear.

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    How good is this kit vs the eibachs or the kw v2s?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Motor View Post
    How good is this kit vs the eibachs or the kw v2s?
    You wouldn't be comparing apples to apples at this point. Street Edge is an entry level coilover kit. Better than springs. Those both coilover brands you mention are NOT entry level. Different features.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSS View Post
    You wouldn't be comparing apples to apples at this point. Street Edge is an entry level coilover kit. Better than springs. Those both coilover brands you mention are NOT entry level. Different features.
    Thanks. Reason i asked that is because i've ran them on my first mag and im trying to come up with something for the second one.

    How is the ride quality of this kit vs the SRT take off suspension (what is currently installed on the car)?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motor View Post
    Thanks. Reason i asked that is because i've ran them on my first mag and im trying to come up with something for the second one.

    How is the ride quality of this kit vs the SRT take off suspension (what is currently installed on the car)?

    Thanks!
    I would be just another salesperson if I told you it's better than SRT. I cannot honestly tell you it is better or worse. I have never been in a stock SRT to compare. We have several SRT customers so I would assume it is better or equal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSS View Post
    I would be just another salesperson if I told you it's better than SRT. I cannot honestly tell you it is better or worse. I have never been in a stock SRT to compare. We have several SRT customers so I would assume it is better or equal.
    I appreciate your honesty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motor View Post
    I appreciate your honesty
    No problem. Sorry I couldn't provide a better answer. I know there is a thread around here that is a few pages long of current customers.

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    Visited your website. Drop down menu for 06 Dodge is trucks only (no cars). Google map doesn't load (error message), Doesn't inspire confidence. Not likely (and unable to order parts. = Empty Cart

    Still looking for suspension parts.

    You might want to tend to your website
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