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Gen 2 Facelift DHP on Standard Springs?


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As per the title, is anyone running a DHP on standard springs? Given the shocks were the same I guess this would apply to any standard car on 17 DHP wheels??

I'm thinking of swapping in the standard springs. If your gonna have a LS400 is just HAS to be floaty! Just be keen to here of anyone that has and what it was like

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I have a Dhp ls400, recently for the mot, I had to replace both front springs as one was broken, it still drove smooth and quiet, I couldn't even tell it was broken until it was mot time, so instead of just replacing one front spring, I think it was best to replace both, I bought kyb springs for £35 each, to be honest I can't tell the difference, it still drives very smooth. I'm abit anal so I got all the work done on the advisories, I was lucky with the rear upper arms, bought them from Paul on here. 

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