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    If I had the time, I would do it for $400.
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    Has anyone thought of just lowering the back only? I did that on a my Abarth I use to won.... found a dealer to do the install on all 4 which I had done but... issues with the front struts.... ended up clanking when hitting small bumps.... turned out to be a bad strut from the factory car was only a few months old so it was under warranty.. but had the stock spring re-installed so the dealer would cover the cost or replacing the bad strut. They tried to tell me it was all due to the lowering springs ( the clunking) but it was not back and forth at the dealer we all agreed to just keep the stock springs on the front and keep the lowering springs on the rear.. stance looked great.. rare case of problems with after market parts being installed by a dealer. Also make sure they replace the one time use strut bushings when installing lowering springs on the front that was another issue with mine... once they did that the clunking went away... voice of experience is all.... on my new Pop I am just having the rear lowered to avoid high cost and any issues that may come up....

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    Yes sir it works just fine and a whole lot less money.
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    do you have any idea where to purchase just the rear springs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat_Phil View Post
    do you have any idea where to purchase just the rear springs?
    Phil the way i did it was call Eibach and they will sell you just the rears but they wont warranty them. Cant remember the cost. When i did it i had the pro kit in and just ordered the rear set of sportlines and used the thinner isolators also. The car was level then. Wished i did it that way in the beginning.
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    I just called Eibach they quoted me right around $200. shipped to me but.. I called my dealer and they quoted me $416. to install the rear.... I have no driveway no garage where I could attempt to do it myself.... now I need to find a place to do it at a lower cost. Thanks so much for your help on this.... really appreciate it... Phil.

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    Found a place to do the install for $110 rear only springs... I have used this place before great mechanics and great service. Thanks again for your help...Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat_Phil View Post
    I just called Eibach they quoted me right around $200. shipped to me but.. I called my dealer and they quoted me $416. to install the rear.... I have no driveway no garage where I could attempt to do it myself.... now I need to find a place to do it at a lower cost. Thanks so much for your help on this.... really appreciate it... Phil.
    Phil you sure that price quote on those springs weren't for a set. Sounds like a price for four springs not just the rear. I was thinking it was like $130 shipped just for the rears but I could be wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southernroadrunner View Post
    Phil you sure that price quote on those springs weren't for a set. Sounds like a price for four springs not just the rear. I was thinking it was like $130 shipped just for the rears but I could be wrong.

    $200 is for the set Front and rear. Your right rear are lower price.

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