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I am looking for contact info for Suspension Spring Specialists or any other place that would be comparable. From previous posts it looks like stock spring length with 25-30% stiffer spring rate would work for rallyx.
I am also looking for struts as well for my 97 toyota tercel. So far it looks like Bilstein HD with rally revalving is the setup. If anyone knows other struts that would work or someone who can revalve and make the bilsteins fit it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance


Jake Rowlands
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Jake,
Check these guys for springs:
[link:www.proshocks.com/rshocks/rshocks.htm|Pro Shocks]

Find out what stock springs are, and then ask them for a spring
X" long, with this Y" diameter (outside) in this rate (stock plus 30-40%)

[link:www.toyota-trd.com./en/comp/shockab.html|TRD shocks]
[link:www.toyota-trd.com./en/comp/car_index.html|TRD parts by car]

If you increase the spring rate AND keep the saem length spring, you will be dissapointed. Your car will sit much higher, than it does now, and it will screw up the alignment settings badly. I would try and find some a few inches (2-3) shorter than stock to only raise the car a bit.

You could always do the math and figure out exactly how much length you need to stay at the same ride height... :p }>

-Justin
 
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