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Old 05-28-2017   #1
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Tein Street Advance - parts question?

I just purchased some Tein Street Advance coilovers for my son 07 LX Civic. I have bought front strut mounts, strut bearings and bump stops. Do I need to buy anything else so I don't have to use parts off of the old struts?
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Re: Tein Street Advance - parts question?

I don't believe so, just the upper strut bolt, but the Teins should come with that.

Maybe new tie rod end links incase they are rusted in and you need to beat them out.
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Re: Tein Street Advance - parts question?

All the front needed was the strut mount, bearing, isolator, bump stop and part of the strut boot.

On the rear it used the lower rubber spring mount and a couple of rubber bushings.
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