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    Icon9 where can you buy these at?

    my 2002 honda accord sags in the rear from the extra weight. i was told stiffer srpings will fix it 100% but where can i find stiffer springs that arent made to lower my car? i want OEM height springs just a good amount stiffer. please help me out you guys! i know your cars sag also and i know someone has fixed the problem...



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    Re: where can you buy these at?

    any info crxbmpn?



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    Re: where can you buy these at?

    Google ----- adjustable coil-overs. They can be set for different loads and ride heights.



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    Re: where can you buy these at?

    I just lowered the front to match



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    Re: where can you buy these at?

    different loads as in weight correct? is this what everyoone does to fix the problem?



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    Re: where can you buy these at?

    Quote Originally Posted by Techchild View Post
    I just lowered the front to match
    lol i was thinking the same thing but i dont wanna lower. and i was told coilovers are not the wayy to go...is this true or what?



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    Re: where can you buy these at?

    Quote Originally Posted by michaellane View Post
    lol i was thinking the same thing but i dont wanna lower. and i was told coilovers are not the wayy to go...is this true or what?
    Why don't you want lower?



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    Re: where can you buy these at?

    i deliver pizzas and the roads **** as it is. i dont need another thing to worry about...



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    Re: where can you buy these at?

    any info you guys?



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    Re: where can you buy these at?

    will coilovers work?



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    Re: where can you buy these at?

    Quote Originally Posted by michaellane View Post
    lol i was thinking the same thing but i dont wanna lower. and i was told coilovers are not the wayy to go...is this true or what?
    If you want to match ride quality and ride height they are the best option. You can always ghetto it with spacers or spring inserts......your choice. As far as getting a heavier rate spring for your car, it is a shot in the dark as to where the final ride height will settle.



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    Re: where can you buy these at?

    well i wouldnt mind if it sat a little higher than before just as long as its not sagging...so get adjustable coilovers for just the rear? and they will support the extra weight in the trunk?



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    Re: where can you buy these at?

    Quote Originally Posted by DBBOOM View Post
    If you want to match ride quality and ride height they are the best option. You can always ghetto it with spacers or spring inserts......your choice. As far as getting a heavier rate spring for your car, it is a shot in the dark as to where the final ride height will settle.
    who actually carries a heavier rate spring for my car tho? i havent found one anywhere.



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    Re: where can you buy these at?

    You can set it higher, lower, even.........whatever you want. Just get rear unless you want to adjust the front height, ride, etc. You will need to specify the additional load(weight) that has been added to the car when you contact the manufacturer, whichever brand you choose. I have run AVI and Koni in the past.............had good luck with both.



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    Re: where can you buy these at?

    Quote Originally Posted by michaellane View Post
    who actually carries a heavier rate spring for my car tho? i havent found one anywhere.
    Never bought any for a Honda, always used coilovers. But the cheapest ones i was able to find for mustangs where from Autozone. We usually change them when we filled the hatch with stereo in the fox body cars('87-'93).



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