Eibach front springs

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PBGBodyFan

G-Body Guru
Mar 3, 2009
700
93
Wisconsin
I ran these on my SS for 15 years or so, then had them in my wagon for a little over a year. No issues just removed due to other suspension changes. Probably 20k on them. Good shape, never saw salt or anything. Lowers the front about 1” and even did this with my LeMans with the 3.8.

Not sure how to price them, new Eibachs can only be purchased as a set I believe and are $300-350.

Would like $50 plus whatever shipping is
 

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PBGBodyFan

G-Body Guru
Thread starter
Mar 3, 2009
700
93
Wisconsin
What would shipping be to Corinth Ky 41010.? Thanks Chris

I'll try to get a price by tomorrow for you. They are heavy of course but KY isn't too bad typically to ship from WI.
 
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PBGBodyFan

G-Body Guru
Thread starter
Mar 3, 2009
700
93
Wisconsin
What would shipping be to Corinth Ky 41010.? Thanks Chris
$31 via USPS, cheaper than FedEx. If you pay via Paypal I think I can get a discount on the shipping, not sure how much but I assume $5 give or take
 

Griffin84ss

Master Mechanic
Supporting Member
Apr 14, 2017
261
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Corinth Ky
May I think on it and discuss it with my wife and I'll let ya know. Thank you for getting the quote.
 
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drb930

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Sep 25, 2007
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Los Angeles
Can you give me a box size and weight?
 

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