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Post by Mike Jolley » Fri Dec 17, 2004 7:43 pm

GLEN YOU OBVIOUSLY GO ON NZ PRICES,IT WAS SHOWING A DEALER CHEAP PRICES I
COULD PAY WITH THE $ GOOD AGAINST THE US $ THAT GOT ME THE DEAL ON THE STRUTS
AND SPRINGS THAT WOULD MAKE ALL BRG GREEN WITH ENVY.COIL OVERS ARE REALLY
CHEAP IN THE STATES OF COURSE YOU WOULD POSSIBLY HAVE TO HAVE YOUR CAR
CERTIFIED HERE THEN.KING SPRINGS ARE AGRICULTURAL AND HARSH,A LOT OF TOP CARS
RUN TOKIKO AND THEY ARE PLUSH AFTER OLD MAZDA STRUTS THATS FOR SURE

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tokiko suspension

Post by SLYDIT » Fri Dec 17, 2004 10:33 pm

Hi mike.
Yes i go on NZ prices as i live in NZ!:)
Are you saying that you are getting the shocks from an
overseas dealer or one here in NZ???
Shocks arent something that id get "grey imported" as
ive had a shock absorber die after being on a car for
just two weeks, if id imported it, i would have been
up the creek as far as warranty goes, and that
outweighs any savings.
Yes, you can get non height adjustable shock/spring
packages like the ones from FM:
http://www.flyinmiata.com/index.php?act ... entid=1604
for up to $1300 that are good but i stand by my
statement that good threaded perch adjustables are
around $2500 no matter where in the world you get them
from. Most TEIN kits start at US$1800.Flyin miata has
these ones also:
http://www.flyinmiata.com/index.php?act ... emid=85575
As i understand it the Illuminas arent thread height
adjustable.
The king springs comment was only an example, there
are many lower and harder spring sets available,(like
the FM ones.) , the kings just came to mind first.
So... just how cheap are your shocks/springs??
RED '90 TURBO.
SCARING PRIUS DRIVERS SINCE 2002

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