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i just recently did some work to the TBSS i have 108,000 around and its my everyday driver work recently done below!

Right upper control arm
Right upper ball joint
Left inner tie rod
Left outer tie rod
Right cv axel
Front left & right Hub bearing
Rear shocks - belltech STREET PERFORMANCE SHOCK 2210DG

NOW THE FRONT END FEELS A LITTLE SLOPPY, I need to replace the front end shock/spring, i think i am going to go with belltech STREET PERFORMANCE SHOCK 25011, and the belltech springs 4207. i love the way the back feels with these belltechs in the back.

IM HAPPY WITH THE PRICE THE BELLTECHS ARE AROUND, so keep that in mind.

YOUR THOUGHTS GUYS!!!???

THANKS AGAIN!
 

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No need for the springs. Keep your stock springs and use the bell tech drop struts. It comes with spacers to get desired height. May also want to look into Tonys modified upper a arms depending on how low you want to go. Anything under 31.5 and you will need them. A quick search would have netted you your answer , since you AWD you could see what everyone has done.
 

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yeah drop struts on the store page here with my arms. also i no longer use the 2210dg in rear. I have a custom hd shock which wakes it up better.

in front if you want all out performance do the coilovers. much better than doing the drop struts and springs
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your going to spend
 
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