Front coil springs

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splatterdog
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Re: Front coil springs

Post by splatterdog » Wed Jan 02, 2019 9:59 am

Hopefully any new springs out there are worth a crap. A while back I got 2 front sets during a rockauto closeout. Put one set and new cartridges in the rusty beater, then the car mostly sat for a couple years. Well with less than 500 miles on them both coils were broken. Hopefully the second set I just put in don't do the same. Oh, they were moog CC214's in an autozone box..

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Re: Front coil springs

Post by suggy » Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:31 pm

my brother was testing out a bumper jack he bought at a flea market on one of my toyota pickups. he had it fully raised before we figured out it wouldn't reverse.

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Re: Front coil springs

Post by The Professor » Thu Feb 07, 2019 7:58 am

Moog's quality has really taken a nose dive the last several years, I'm not as impressed as I used to be by their products. OEM or Dorman going forward for me.
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