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Join Date: Dec 2002
Location: El Paso, I'm leaving as soon as I can!
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If you you are on a tight budget then I would find a shop you trust and have them just heat and press your springs. Same effect, cheapest way and it won't affect your ride quality any more than if you pay for a set of springs. I did the exact thing to my 98 528 with no problems at all. I have since upgraded though to a set of KW adj. coil overs, the ride is much more harsh compared to when I just had my springs pressed, but the handling is improved by 100% over the stock set-up of course. In the the end it is about cost and what you are willing to take for a trade off. my 2c. :lol:
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