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Old 11-14-2013, 01:26 AM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Canuck Altima Lowering Springs

I know @Mike2005 did a write up on his Tien Altima Springs earlier, but I wanted to take the opportunity to give my take on the set of Canuck Motorsports 04-05 Altima Lowering Springs

I had previously been struggling with finding good pricing on car parts up in Canada trying to avoid I saw Mike's post earlier on how Altima springs work just as well so I searched craigslist for altima springs and thank god I found these.

A guy was selling them brand new, he purchased almost a decade ago and never got around to using. I took em for $100.

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In comparison to the Canuck Maxima Springs, they are a lot lower (especially in the back). I don't know the predicted drop height but I you can compare them to @BurntOrangeAppeal 's springs to see for yourself.

Overall 10/10, love it. No complaints whatsoever.
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Old 11-14-2013, 10:43 AM   #2
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Congrats. Good find. How is the ride?
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Default Re: Canuck Altima Lowering Springs

if im not mistaken both the 3.5 and 2.5 altimas of those years have a drop of around 2inches for both front and back, compared to the Max which is at about 1.75 in front and 1 in the rear
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Default Re: Canuck Altima Lowering Springs

it looks good. What did you do with the SE-R wheels?
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Default Re: Canuck Altima Lowering Springs

i like it
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Default Re: Canuck Altima Lowering Springs

Originally Posted by Jugghead View Post
Congrats. Good find. How is the ride?
Handling's a surprising amount better, reduced body roll and of course a little bumpy before the springs wear in
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it looks good. What did you do with the SE-R wheels?
I plan on using them for my winters unless somebody's looking to buy?
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I plan on using them for my winters unless somebody's looking to buy?
how much are you selling them for? would you ship them also?
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Default Re: Canuck Altima Lowering Springs

Glad u enjoy the ride. It does look good. Got Tein springs with new struts/shocks in the garage I cant wait to have put on. Just got to find the time.
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