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I'm selling a set of Vogtland lowering/sport springs for 1993-1997 Corollas/Prizms. I believe these will also fit 1998-2002 models, but I can't guarantee that. For sedans or wagons.

 

I had these in for about 10k miles; sold the car but kept the springs. The car handled much better with them--cornered flat and had more neutral handling. They lower the car about 1-3/8", and I thought they were firm but not obnoxious.

 

$100+shipping obo

 

Comparison of lowering spring to stock:

http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j80/dlhoovler/ToyotaSprings-2.jpg

 

My old wagon with the springs installed:

http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j80/dlhoovler/ToyotaSprings-1.jpg

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I'm selling a set of Vogtland lowering/sport springs for 1993-1997 Corollas/Prizms. I believe these will also fit 1998-2002 models, but I can't guarantee that. For sedans or wagons.

 

I had these in for about 10k miles; sold the car but kept the springs. The car handled much better with them--cornered flat and had more neutral handling. They lower the car about 1-3/8", and I thought they were firm but not obnoxious.

 

$100+shipping obo

 

Comparison of lowering spring to stock:

http://i77.photobuck...taSprings-2.jpg

 

My old wagon with the springs installed:

http://i77.photobuck...taSprings-1.jpg

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I'm selling a set of Vogtland lowering/sport springs for 1993-1997 Corollas/Prizms. I believe these will also fit 1998-2002 models, but I can't guarantee that. For sedans or wagons.

 

I had these in for about 10k miles; sold the car but kept the springs. The car handled much better with them--cornered flat and had more neutral handling. They lower the car about 1-3/8", and I thought they were firm but not obnoxious.

 

$100+shipping obo

 

Comparison of lowering spring to stock:

http://i77.photobuck...taSprings-2.jpg

 

My old wagon with the springs installed:

http://i77.photobuck...taSprings-1.jpg

 

 

will they fit on a 92 corolla

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