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Old 12-15-2001   #1  
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help with sprint or progress springs

i just need a good and experienced 2nd opinion. which springs do you think is a better deal? this goes for cash discount, quality, and ride quality.
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i have a set of the prog. springs. i like them. it dropped my car a little more than 2.5, and i have had no problem with my struts and shocks. i love the new feel of the ride. hope that helps ya out
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