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Old 26 Dec 2012, 03:20 am
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Default I have a 2009 honda civic LX?

Should i get rims first or coil overs right now i have the stock 16 inch rims and tires im thinking of getting xxr 527 rims if rims first and if coil over first d2 coil overs
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Old 26 Dec 2012, 03:46 am
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If I was you I would get the coil over first. Rims won't look good if the car is still high, but if you can wait it would be best to just wait till you save enough money to get both at the same time. Just make sure the rims won't rub once you lower your car.
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