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Placing the regular height springs and shocks

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    Placing the regular height springs and shocks

    I just bought a 1999 Trans AM WS6 M6 and the lowered look it has is ugly to me. It seems as if the back is all the way down. Does anyone know how I can get it to stock height without spending $500 or more to get a whole new kit. I like the way it sits when its stock.

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    Can't you just install stock springs?
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    If the back is to low you can try the hose mod to raise it up a little. T/A's look good lowered. I never heard of anyone that does not like them lowered. Usually the stock heigth ones are for the people that don't want ground clearance issues. You can always get a set of used stock springs. I'm sure someone would trade you and pay shipping if those are a good brand spring you are running.

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    HEY! i'll trade you springs...i am on stock 2000 ws.6 springs. what set do you have, can you post pix if you don't know what it looks like or email them to me? jaison@ thirdshiftstudios.net


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    Well I am going to find someone to place it to stock height then. The kit that's on the car is Eibach lowering kit. I will place some pics on here.
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    so i guess you're not intrested in trading sets? i'd still be intrested in buying them if you're not down with a trade

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