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    Help BMR lowering springs. Which shocks?

    I just bought the bmr lowering package now i am looking for some shocks. I was looking into KONI but want your guys imput. Whichs Koni's should i go with and where would be a good place to buy from? And last will i need anything eles if i ordered the bmr package and the the Koni's, will i be set? THought this would be faster than a search i am new to the suspension world so please someone help? THANKS

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    single adjustable are the way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sroach20 View Post
    single adjustable are the way to go.
    Single adjustable (rebound) is the way to go if you want to save money. Double adjustable (compression and rebound) is better.
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    everyone that has tried the double and single say that double is a waste of money!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sroach20 View Post
    everyone that has tried the double and single say that double is a waste of money!!
    If you open track your car, it isn't a waste of money. If you're a 1/4 mile guy, it is.

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    Go with the koni single adjustable's. Sam Strano is a good person to get into contact with. He sells konis and can walk you through suspension info. I also suggest you get an adjustable pan hard bar.
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    Thans guys for the imput. The kit did come a panhard. Anyways cant wait to get these this lowered. I have Nitto 315's in the back just wondering if i will have any rubbing issues i know it is a common question but just thought i would ask considering the setup.

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