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I went with 700/450 lb springs in my car so my old set is up for sale. The fronts are 5" tall and clock in a 475 lb/in, the rears are 6" tall and compress to the tune of 350 lb/in, both have an inner diameter of 2.5". I will not break up the set and I'm willing to ship at buyers expense.

Asking Price $125 USD plus shipping
 

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2.5"id springs are not a "SET" as you put it. They are always sold in pairs...I've never seen anyone run those rates and lengths together. And the rates are not a very good match together on top of that.

Why not sell them in pairs like normal people?
 

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"set" being used because i have 4 of them and i don't want to be stuck with 2. I ran these on the street for 2 years with no problems or complaints. The rates are lowish because I did not plan to track the car as much as i have been
 

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would you rather be stuck with 4? lol...

just saying...a 5" 450 spring might work for some folks up front or out back...and the 350 would be a good rear spring for a 550 front as a match up...just speaking from having bought and sold about 15 pairs of 2.5" springs over the years...they sell as pairs everywhere ;)
 

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These short springs sound like what comes with FM's Illumina/GC set up. 450/350 is not ideal but I run 450/300 right now with no RSB and it is very balanced. this would be fine for mist folks and there are a few OTS set ups with similar ratios.
 

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was interested, as i just bought a set of AGX's with cut FM springs... then i saw:

Yeah where are the coil over sleeves that come with these springs? These are straight from FM
i still have the sleeves on my car with stiffer springs as indicated in the original post
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I went with 700/450 lb springs in my car so my old set is up for sale. The fronts are 5" tall and clock in a 450 lb/in, the rears are 6" tall and compress to the tune of 350 lb/in, both have an inner diameter of 2.5". I will not break up the set and I'm willing to ship at buyers expense.

Asking Price $125 USD plus shipping
think i'll be better off local.

GLWS
 

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yes these springs are tech. 2 sets of springs for ground control coils, they can come as a set with 4 springs and 4 perches/collars. i bought new springs so now my old ones are up for sale, its common practice
 

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why didn't you just buy a pair of 700 lbs springs then use your old 450 in the rear? I have a set of 700lbs front springs and need the 450 rear if u decide to split.
 
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