| Springs are fairly simple to install specially if you follow one of the many DIY's here on the forum.
At 75K miles I would not do lowering springs as it is that time for you to replace your shocks anyway.
If you go with lowering springs, you will run into issues due to premature shock wear which will run you more expensive because now you'll have to pay extra labor to install your shocks after you already paid to install the springs.
I would suggest you save some money and do it right by going with a coilover the first time around. Coilovers are as easy to install as lowering springs Handling will be greatly improved when you replace your stock worn out suspension and switch it up to a coilover.
The ST v1 coilovers will be a great choice for you.
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I would also recommend you replace the lower control arm bushings, trailing arm bushings and rear shock mounts if you haven't done so recently. PM coming your way
Last edited by ModBargains II; 09-13-2012 at 02:33 PM.