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Old 02-01-2010, 03:49 AM   #1
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Default door trim vendors... and lowering springs

Whats a reasonable place to buy trim pieces for the mk3? I need both door pieces, and one fender piece. anyone sell a kit for like $100 or so??

also, i need the factory side skirt piece for the drivers side fender. i dont want to go aftermarket and have a gay looking body kit that wont match the car.

where can I find a pair of nice lowering springs... maybe 2 inch or so. nothing slammed, just lower than stock. should i look into new sway bars as well??

im not gonna race this thing or turbo it, just gonna keep the driveline stock and reliable. just want it to be a little better daily driver to keep the miles off my diesel

thanks.

owned the supra 2 or 3 months now and im lovin it.

oh... just found out these things have rear disc... sweet
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Old 02-01-2010, 06:13 AM   #2
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I bought my supra with the need to do some restoring too. The best place ive found to get body mouldings and the fender peice you need is ebaymotors.com. I also got new suspension (mine needed to be replaced altogether) but i bought a Tein Super Street system. It cost me a pretty penny but its 16 point damper adjustable and it lowers the car about and inch and a half. But andysautosport.com and horsepowerfreaks.com have some other good options. I dont think new sway bars are needed but its your decision in the end. I dont have them but they might help with steering performance.
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