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    Tokico w/o lowering?

    Is it ok to run Tokico blues with out using lowering springs? I have the blues and want to use those a replacement to the standard struts.



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    They'll work great. That's exactly what they were designed for. You should expect a slightly firmer ride than stock.
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    Yep, tocikos are designed and made especially for stock springs.

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