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my ws6 is to low

This is a discussion on my ws6 is to low within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; would like to put my 2000 ws6 back to original ride height springs all around shocks and struts,dont like the ...

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    my ws6 is to low

    would like to put my 2000 ws6 back to original ride height springs all around shocks and struts,dont like the i bac lowing springs that i will sell if anyone wants a set just to low for me ,i check rock auto but everything says not for performance package when i look up struts and springs where can i get everything i need to do this change back to stock

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    you can grab springs pretty much anywhere, I'm not sure if going used would be a good option maybe someone can chime in on that. But, just go to autozone or orielly and pick up some Monroe shocks/struts for your car. Personally, I just waited around for a good sale like $150 rebate and picked up all 4 for my acura
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    my ws6 is to low

    I believe I still have my Springs if interested.
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    I have a set of front struts (no springs) off of our '02 in great condition with around 73,500 miles on them.

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    OP asked me about my OEM springs weeks ago and then disappeared.
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    I don't want to hijack the thread here but what's the usual replacement mileage for shocks/struts?? I know Monroe is good for like 50k

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    Anymore, you replace them when they leak or go bad. Generally that is well over 100,000 miles on most modern cars.
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