Originally Posted by wpmarky
great price, I waited a while to get pinks also for a good price, and it was worth the wait!
Are you going to keep the pinks on the Rev.A's? Or move the springs to your stock bilsteins?
I think I am going to put them on my stock bilsteins. I have them, and they only have 6000 miles on them. Although if i see a pair of JDM top hats (needed for the Rev A struts i am pretty sure) i might pick them up and give the REV A's a shot. Suspension swaps are pretty simple, and i have access to a 4 point lift which makes it a whole lot easier.
Originally Posted by scoobydoobie
supposedly wagon springs are just bit taller in the rear. Which maybe a good thing to some as it may help combat the "saggy butt" sedans get with springs
Exactly, why I wanted wagon springs. Supposedly, sedans suffer from saggy butt syndrom with a lot of springs. Swifts have this issue and you need to run like a 1/4 in. spacer to correct it. So wagons being taller give a much more even stance. Plus less likely to hit the bump stops over severe bumps.
Overall, i hope the transaction goes through.