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Old 11-18-2019, 12:41 AM #1
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I recently bought a new set of Old Man Emu 890 coils. However I was told the Toytec Superflex rear coils would be a better fit for my Icon Stage 1 set up. I am located in Newport Beach, California. I can ship at your expense.
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I recently bought a new set of Old Man Emu 890 coils. However I was told the Toytec Superflex rear coils would be a better fit for my Icon Stage 1 set up. I am located in Newport Beach, California. I can ship at your expense.
You still have these?
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How much do you think shipping to Nebraska would be?
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How much do you think shipping to Nebraska would be?
Looks like its around $45. Maybe cheaper since I guessed on everything

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I recently bought a new set of Old Man Emu 890 coils. However I was told the Toytec Superflex rear coils would be a better fit for my Icon Stage 1 set up. I am located in Newport Beach, California. I can ship at your expense.
Purchased the same Coil Spring for the rear to go with my Stage 1 Icon. So you were told the Toytec superflex is better for the Icon stage 1 setup? hmm. what makes it better?
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Purchased the same Coil Spring for the rear to go with my Stage 1 Icon. So you were told the Toytec superflex is better for the Icon stage 1 setup? hmm. what makes it better?
I wish I went with the 890ís the toytecs are taller. I thought they compressed more, so it would be lower in the back. The guy I bought the icon set up told me icon told him to go toytec. I didnít want to jack up the front of the coil overs, so the rear is like an inch taller. If I donít sell them Iíll eventually swap them out.
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I wish I went with the 890ís the toytecs are taller. I thought they compressed more, so it would be lower in the back. The guy I bought the icon set up told me icon told him to go toytec. I didnít want to jack up the front of the coil overs, so the rear is like an inch taller. If I donít sell them Iíll eventually swap them out.
I think if you plan on adjusting the front coilovers go toytec so itís even. But I heard you get a better ride if you donít adjust it. So im hoping the back will settle down. Itís only been like 500 miles.
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