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Aftermarket springs
Saturday, December 30, 2006 5:56 PM
Does anyone know if Aftermarket springs for an 04 cavalier will fit an 05??

Re: Aftermarket springs
Monday, January 01, 2007 5:52 AM
same car



Re: Aftermarket springs
Monday, January 01, 2007 12:40 PM
Figured that, just had to be sure. Most of the springs I've seen say 02-04 only or something like that. I hardly c parts that say 05. I've got another question, whats the deal with the springs on ebay? some of them use company names like eibach,tein,skunk, etc.. but they sell for like $50. Are they mostly knockoffs or the real thing.
Re: Aftermarket springs
Monday, January 01, 2007 12:58 PM
Darnell Isaac wrote:

Figured that, just had to be sure. Most of the springs I've seen say 02-04 only or something like that. I hardly c parts that say 05. I've got another question, whats the deal with the springs on ebay? some of them use company names like eibach,tein,skunk, etc.. but they sell for like $50. Are they mostly knockoffs or the real thing.


Remember, All 3rd gen J-bodies (Cavaliers, Sunfires) have the same chassis and suspension system. What can fit a 95 Cavalier can fit an 2004 Sunfire. Same stuff. FYI: 3rd Gens are from 1995-2005 if you didn't know.

As far as the aftermarket springs, don't buy them if they are knock offs. Your suspension system is an important part of your vehicle and how it rides. If you buy cheap springs, you get cheap results. You get what you pay for. Stick to reputable companies and not knock offs.

By the way, moving to the Suspension Forum.



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Re: Aftermarket springs
Monday, January 01, 2007 2:07 PM
Thanks Adam, 1 more question. has anyone ever tried that coil spring lowering kit from hellwing products?http://www.jcwhitney.com/autoparts/VehicleBrowse/tf-VehicleBrowse/s-10101/N-111+2005+200730765+600011314/c-10114 seems to me like all it does is compress your stock springs. That cant be to good for handling and ride quality right??
Re: Aftermarket springs
Tuesday, January 02, 2007 4:41 PM
Darnell Isaac wrote:

Thanks Adam, 1 more question. has anyone ever tried that coil spring lowering kit from hellwing products?http://www.jcwhitney.com/autoparts/VehicleBrowse/tf-VehicleBrowse/s-10101/N-111+2005+200730765+600011314/c-10114 seems to me like all it does is compress your stock springs. That cant be to good for handling and ride quality right??


You never want to compress your stock springs unless you're doing something as far as an installation, not for driving and riding purposes.

If you want quality ride and handle, spend quality money. If you want a reference, look up Eibach.


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Re: Aftermarket springs
Wednesday, January 03, 2007 4:57 AM
Cheesecake wrote:

same car






Re: Aftermarket springs
Thursday, October 18, 2007 4:09 PM
hey are tenzo r springs pretty good?
Re: Aftermarket springs
Wednesday, January 30, 2008 9:08 PM
Amen Adam...
If you want anything done correctly and want the ride to be as sweet or better than when you first drove your whip, then you need to spend some cash on the parts you are buying for it. Now I'm not saying go buy anything expensive just because it is expensive. Make sure you are spending your coins on proven quality parts for your upgrades. Research 'em, then research 'em again, maybe even again before you buy them.


It's not how fast you go...But how you go fast.
Re: Aftermarket springs
Thursday, January 31, 2008 8:38 AM
E. D. wrote:

Amen Adam...
If you want anything done correctly and want the ride to be as sweet or better than when you first drove your whip, then you need to spend some cash on the parts you are buying for it. Now I'm not saying go buy anything expensive just because it is expensive. Make sure you are spending your coins on proven quality parts for your upgrades. Research 'em, then research 'em again, maybe even again before you buy them.


At least someone agrees with me lol


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Re: Aftermarket springs
Sunday, July 19, 2020 11:37 PM
Yes sir absolutly suited for an cavaliar if you try to insert it you will never regret it
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