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Old 03-14-2011, 04:03 PM   #1
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Will DC susp fit an EK?

hey, i have some old rear tokico white shock and springs for a DC and my friend's buying suspension for his EK, from what i read whilst installing the said susp on my sisters car, the suspension could be used for an EK

The DC was a 2000 GSR, and the ek is a 97 hatch.

my question is, can these shocks and springs be used on the EK, and will the drop be the same?

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I believe front struts are direct with a little modification to tophats but for rears you need some extra washers to fit the fork onto the lca??
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!ut other thank the washers it will fit fine and the height will be the same?
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