The Tokicos aren't leaking or anything, they just aren't doing a good job
anymore. With the Eibachs being progressive, yet notably stiffer than
stock, the car bounces over washboard surfaces and doesn't stick as well in
I've got the recipes for the Tokicos. Does anyone know what rational Tokico
will accept to cash in on the warranty?
----- Original Message -----
From: "James White" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "BWF" <email@example.com>
Cc: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2006 10:07 PM
Subject: Re: [Shotimes] Stock Springs?
> Why would you want to but new struts when the Tokicos are lifetime
> I think that OEM springs may be softer, but I doubt that you can
> get them, except from anyone except, maybe Russ McCoy.
> I would replace the Tokicos, if they are bad, maybe get a set of
> used springs from a '95, and then get a softer tire. Stay with a
> 60 series tire in an "R" rating rather than the OEM "V".
> I had a set of OEM sized SIRXON4 Sumitomo's from Tire Rack that at
> $53+/- each were a good ride and a good value.
> regards, Jim White
> At Tuesday, 24 October 2006, "BWF" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>I'm considering returning to stock springs because of the local
> roads. Plus,
>>my Tokicos are 6+ years old, so I've got an excuse to consider new
>>What's the part number for stock springs? Has anyone just cut down
> the stock
>>springs to achieve the lowering (about an 1") that happens with
> the Eibachs?
>>Anyone have any stock springs lying around? And how would I know stock
>>Opinions on strong struts with stock springs combos?
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