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ok, sounds like a very dumb question, but about 3 years ago, i got some springs put in, and in the back each side is put in differently, one side has the part with all the coils bunched up at the top, the other side is at the bottom.

i just got some new springs (finally) and i dont know which way the back ones go. is it with the many bunched up coils at the top or bottom?

let me know soon, i am still waiting on my struts to come in, then on the car they go.

thank you, and sorry for the dumb question.

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on another note, will i need to use spring compressors to get the eibach prokits on the strut, or can i compress them enough so i wont have to??

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You dont need a spring compressor for the eibachs...just use your own body weight...it worked for the stock springs(not really a good idea) and my sportlines which was fine.
 

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You'll need compressors for the front I know that. On the B14s, you don't need them for the rears.
 
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