I would actually suggest the H&R sport springs. I'm on 19's with the stock ZHP shocks, and it's great. I got no gap in the rear, and very very minimal gap in the front. I didn't have to roll my fenders, and I don't rub at all under a full load. If your car is rubbing on the stock set up, then you probably need shock now. Putting race springs on bad shocks is not a good idea. It'll rub even worse. Also, if you're gonna pay someone to install the springs, you should wait, and get shocks and springs done at the same time. It doesn't make sense to pay for labor twice.
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Last edited by tiggaatl; 08-09-2008 at 02:04 PM.