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#35: 12-19-2011, 09:52 AM
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Originally Posted by htioki View Post
Jay, can I trouble you in looking up the part number for your Cobb springs? I just picked up a used set and I wanted to verify if I got the correct springs for the Legacy.

I also saw that you posted on another thread that you're using 1/4" butt spacers for the rears. I was under the impression that these springs would give you the rake look already. Do the rears sag overtime?

I am sorry but I do not have or know the part number for my springs. Your best bet is to call Cobb to verify they do not sell springs new anymore but I am sure they would tell you. As for the spacers I added them because I had 18" rims on my car and 245 width tires (that came with the car) I used the spacers to stop the rubbing however it didnt fix the issue so I sold those wheels and tires. The car sits very even now and the springs have been on for well over 2 years. Also keep in mind Cobb springs are made by Hotchkiss for Cobb.*

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