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Old 03-05-2010, 02:09 PM   #1
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Mix and match suspension parts

As the thread says, can mix and match suspension parts realistically?

Example I like the Pfadt sways/endlinks but am interested in the Hotchkiss 1" springs. Will this be cool?

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Old 03-05-2010, 05:28 PM   #2
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As the thread says, can mix and match suspension parts realistically?

Example I like the Pfadt sways/endlinks but am interested in the Hotchkiss 1" springs. Will this be cool?

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Hi Moriartii,

If by "cool" you mean "work", then yes! You will certainly see the performance benefits of installing our Pfadt Sway Bar and endlink package with any springs, be it OEM or otherwise.

With that said, we really engineered the components in our sport package to compliment each other, because we have specifically chosen our Drop Spring rates for a specific purpose. We do not know what other company springs rates are, so we can not say anything to that respect. But you will not be disappointed in the balance that you will be able to achieve with our Sport Sway bars. The rear is adjustable for this very reason, to accommodate a wide range of customer set ups on their Camaro, and work with all of the components they have, no matter the manufacturer.

Thanks for considering our products! Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you have.
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