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Old 04-15-2008, 05:57 PM   #1
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i have a 97 sw2 was wundering
if any springs from a sc2 would fit any problems
how about extra weight


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i have a 97 sw2 was wundering
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how about extra weight


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They will be fine. Wagons dont weigh much more than sedans/coupes. In fact lowering spings for all S-Series are the same. What you buy for a coupe is exactly the same part number as what you would by for a wagon or sedan for any particular spring manufactuer. Doesnt matter the year either.
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just don't load up your wagon with 1000 pounds of bricks or your springs are gonna snap
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i have a 97 sw2 was wundering
if any springs from a sc2 would fit any problems
how about extra weight


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yup. all the ones that would fit an sc2, will also fit an sw2.

extra weight? you mean the extra part that makes yours a wagon? you should be fine...


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Its only a 7 pound difference between a similarly equipped 1997 SW2 and SC2.

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No they won't.
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i know, but its still not a good idea to overload a wagon with lowering springs made for a coupe or sedan.
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