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Old 09-22-2005, 01:38 AM
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I was wondering if there was any difference in the coupe and sedan struts. Dude in the junkyard has some on a sedan, and my girlfriend's mom needs some ASAP.
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I was wondering if there was any difference in the coupe and sedan struts. Dude in the junkyard has some on a sedan, and my girlfriend's mom needs some ASAP.
They should mount the same. I am using Tokico's off a coupe on my sedan. I think the only difference (someone can chime in on this one) is the brake line mounting bracket is molded on a different area of the shock body.
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i think it also matters if its a v6 or i4, im not sure tho, but it goes like that for the springs.
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thanks for the input.
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i think its just different spring rates for the coupe and sedan. but they will work.
and you're probably right about the brake-line thing
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