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Old 06-26-2018, 06:00 PM
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Default BC Racing Coilovers for C7 Only $600 Shipped!

SOLD! I had these on my base c7 for around a year. I could never get them quite right for drag racing. Justin Keith (Stangklr) just went 1.29 60' with the same setup, but I could not get them dialed in correctly. These are $995 new. Asking $750 $650 $600 shipped. Includes all 4 single adjustable coil overs, wrenches, and 2 nuts for rear bolts (everything needed for install).



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Great price for a good seller in here free bump for you Dave... Robert
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Thanks Robert. Bump to the top. Will consider offers.
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Does the package come with all the required hardware?
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Does the package come with all the required hardware?
Dave here is a great guy from his pic's all is in it that you will need. Use your old stock bolts to mount these back into your car. Plus those two tools like piece's is for you to lower r raise the car with. Plus I will say here if you ever want to chg the ride of your car with these r any coilover on your car. The springs are per say really cheap...THAT IS ALL YOU NEED. Robert

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Does the package come with all the required hardware?
Yes everything is included. You use the stock bolts for the front, the rear uses the stock bolts and 2 nylon lock washers for the bottom bolt (included), and the 2 spanner wrenches.
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Great deal. Wish they were for sell last month. I bought a new set. The ride is awsome and love the stance.
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Yes everything is included. You use the stock bolts for the front, the rear uses the stock bolts and 2 nylon lock washers for the bottom bolt (included), and the 2 spanner wrenches.
How hard is it to disassemble the leaf spring?
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How hard is it to disassemble the leaf spring?
If your car is not the z51 car just take some jack's or blocks under the springs, then just unbolt the springs, & pull the stock shocks, Put the coilovers on all 4 corners & set your ride height THEN get the car on a Alignment.

Not bad job at all I did it a few time in the c5 The car will ride & handle a ton better if you get the correct spring on the coilovers & ride height set correct... Robert

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If your car is not the z51 car just take some jack's are blocks then just unbolt the springs, Put the coilovers on all 4 corners & set your ride height THEN get the car on a Alignment. Robert
My car is a Z51 without magnetic ride
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How hard is it to disassemble the leaf spring?
It takes a few hours for uninstall of factory suspension and install of these. You undo the upper control arms, sway bars links, shocks, brakes to allow the lower control arm to lower down. Then tighten the ride height bolts all the way up, remove the 4 bolts/2 brackets that hold the leaf spring up and slide the leaf springs out.
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It takes a few hours for uninstall of factory suspension and install of these. You undo the upper control arms, sway bars links, shocks, brakes to allow the lower control arm to lower down. Then tighten the ride height bolts all the way up, remove the 4 bolts/2 brackets that hold the leaf spring up and slide the leaf springs out.
That is not to bad but the c5 then is much better are less work for sure. I did do the sway bars in the c5 but no of the other but I also had bif sway bars.
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