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Has anyone bought springs from http://www.customsuspension.com/ They have 3.5in for 125 and im in the need for some new springs. About how much is shipping to the north east??
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Has anyone bought springs from http://www.customsuspension.com/ They have 3.5in for 125 and im in the need for some new springs. About how much is shipping to the north east??

With pictures like this, I'm guessing their springs aren't really built for performance.


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I bought a set of 7 leaf 7inch rear springs for $190 a spring. Shipping was $50 each from Canada to GA. Should have them next week.
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With pictures like this, I'm guessing their springs aren't really built for performance.

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They might make great springs. I don't know. I just think most of the trucks in their gallery look ridiculous

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They might make great springs. I don't know. I just think most of the trucks in their gallery look ridiculous
That rear shackle could use a little more angle!

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That rear shackle could use a little more angle!
for real.. That thing looks like it would get all of 2" droop.. Not to mention you couldn't stuff the wheel any.. So.. wtf is the point!?
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