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      12-20-2011, 01:41 PM   #1
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Lowering Spring Install Houston

How much can I expect to pay for a shop to install lowering springs and perform an alignment in Houston? Has anyone had this done here?
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      12-20-2011, 01:44 PM   #2
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Think about a DIY for the springs and then just have the alignment done.
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I understand that many people DIY but I am looking for a shop to perform the work.
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Well, I have installed springs before, is there anything different from installing these springs on this car than say a z06 vette? Like special tools, or installation tips, etc
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Z06 Vette is much different but if you can install springs on one car, you can install them on most cars. No special tools are needed. Follow the DIY on the forum and you will be fine. Rears are super easy. Fronts are only a little bit more complicated.
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