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    Tanabe Lowering Springs installed

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    Nice!! How much drop did you measure? When are you going to show us the fitment of the front Nismo bumper with stock Canadian face-lift headlamps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobuseri View Post
    Nice!! How much drop did you measure? When are you going to show us the fitment of the front Nismo bumper with stock Canadian face-lift headlamps?
    calm down my friend lol.
    I am collecting parts in Japan now. I am going to bring front bumper, side skirts and rear bumper in same time.

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    Nice, I am doing the same as you might of noticed

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    Very nice! How do they ride?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daox View Post
    Very nice! How do they ride?
    Just little bit stiffer than OEM springs, it is perfect for daily car.

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    Would like to see more pics.

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    Are these part TNF174 for the versa note? I also came across nf210 which was listed the same.

    What was the cost and how was the fit? I’m looking at getting a set and they don’t look like they sit to low.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobuseri View Post
    Nice!! How much drop did you measure?
    Also curious about this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetroMPG View Post
    Also curious about this.
    I dont know exactly, front has 1-2 fingers wheel gap, rear has less than 1 finger gap now. I am very happy with tbus setup.



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