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Old 11-15-2006   #1
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Heavier Trunk Springs?

Need some help guys...where can i locate heavy duty trunk springs for the civic (2002 Civic EX Coupe) the vic came with the factory spoiler but its so heavy that the trunk wont stay open on its own. I checked out handaaccesories but they dont ship to my location at all I live in the US Virgin Islands and what ever needs to be shipped has to come through the P.O.Box...o and i check ebay as well and havent found n e thing.
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Don't know about heavier springs but you can put shocks on the trunk. I took out the springs and put shocks on my trunk and it stays wherever I put it. It doesn't fly up or fall down. It has the perfect weight balance.

http://www.7thgencivic.com/forums/sh...t=trunk+shocks
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You'd be better off with the DIY trunk shock conversion.
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thanks...i think ima check out that shock diy where ever it is...starting the search right now
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