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Allright, you never stop learning! Thanks for that. Are H&R's popular in the US? Cause I think Eibachs are a lot more known? aren't they?
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For the most part....Eibach is widely known here. H&R is still something new, but you're starting to see them in more and more rides. It helps alot also when you have companies such as Tirerack.com selling both types of springs and doing write ups on them. <img src=icon_smile_wink.gif border=0 align=middle> People like to see differences and the benefits of owning each type.
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