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Unread 09-30-2016, 07:36 PM   #81
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I am glad to hear so many people are finding this project to be helpful.

I also like to see the little issues posted, so people can see the small problems with the install and their solutions.
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Bringing this back to the top for a parts question, rather than an assembly question. I see some of you are using OME struts and coils, and others are using OME springs and Bilstein struts. I have experience with both products, no issues with either. Can someone explain the mixing and matching, because I'm not understanding the reasons. Or rather, I haven't found them yet. TIA.
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