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LT1 eibach springs will they fit on LS1 cars

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    LT1 eibach springs will they fit on LS1 cars

    Well im wondering if LT1 eibach pro kit springs will fit on a LS1 car with no issues. Ive heard its possible but no much more info then that, does anyone know.

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    they fit. in fact im running them on my SS...

    when you install the front springs, you need to make sure your isolator boots have not dry-rotted. if so, you will need to replace them...
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    Sorry to bring back this old thread, but I found a set of LT1 springs (front's only) that I can get for nothing. This may be a stupid question, but what the Hell. Since the stock ride hight in the front kind of high looking anyway, if I put the Eibach's on the front and left the stock springs on the back, would that make it look better? Or do you think would make it too low in the front? Like I said, I can get them for practically nothing and just wondered if it would be worth screwing with, or if I should just leave it alone until I pick up a full set down the road.

    Thanks.

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    it wouldnt look right. infact, it would look bad. think of the snowplow look but without the plow. before i could get the front on my car, i did the rears. it looked like my car was in a constant state of 'hole shot/launching'...

    the fronts take longer to install than the rears, so look for or buy a set for the rear and drop your car all at once, IMO...

    see my pic below and think opposite:

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSwt00SS View Post
    it wouldnt look right. infact, it would look bad. think of the snowplow look but without the plow. before i could get the front on my car, i did the rears. it looked like my car was in a constant state of 'hole shot/launching'...
    Kinda what I was thinking, but I wanted to make sure before passing them up.

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    by no means should you pass them up. you can always pick up a rear pair of springs and then youre done. just cause you get them doesnt mean you cant wait and install them once you get all (4) my friend...

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    Yup. That is another option!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Levilz View Post
    Yup. That is another option!
    hey, i came across these if you are interested...rear lowering springs for $90...

    http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/texas-...t-springs.html

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    no problem.

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    How about front LS1 pro kit and rear LT1 pro kit, according to the guy selling them he claims the fronts lower 1.5 and the rear 1 inch and that the LT1 rears are stiffer...which would be ok by me.

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    they will fit no problem.
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