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This is to you guys who installed the Sportlines yourselves.

Gene, I read your instructions, it seems like it would be a little hard for me,
Since I dont know jack :) but it doesnt bother me.

My question though is, is it realistic to think I could put them on for summer
and remove them for winter...

Gene you think they'll be to low for winter ?
 

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hehe

well, if you really wanted to you could but all i know that it was a B!tch with basic ratchets etc...I would definately recommend and impact wrench.

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Its possible to install them for Summer and remove them For winter, But its gunna be a hassle. If you wanna do something like that, just get the coilovers from B+G.... i don't see why it would be too low, i guess if its snows like 5 feet :).... You should be good... Impact rench is a life saver :)
 

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The B + G's are nice, but man!

180$ or 1500$ ?

That is the question.

And I guess you've never been to Montrea, hehe, there is hella snow here man.

We get snow falls of 1 1/2 feet in like 4 hours.

Plus snow isnt the problem, its when it turns hard and into ICE by the sidewalk and you go to park and BLAM, broken bumber.

Get my drift :)
 

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Well I think it wouldn't be too low....my only concern is after I add the Stillen front end. Hmmm, how high is it from the ground to the Stillen after you add Sportlines?
 

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Well I think it wouldn't be too low....my only concern is after I add the Stillen front end. Hmmm, how high is it from the ground to the Stillen after you add Sportlines?
I believe I measured roughly about 6 1/2 inches...
 

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SpIcEz said:
This is to you guys who installed the Sportlines yourselves.

Gene, I read your instructions, it seems like it would be a little hard for me,
Since I dont know jack :) but it doesnt bother me.

My question though is, is it realistic to think I could put them on for summer
and remove them for winter...

Gene you think they'll be to low for winter ?
Well sure it could be done and all but it would be a real pain in the ***...But I personally don't think it'll be too low.....
 
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