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Offline anotherforumuser

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Yeah that kind of guidance, experience is always useful to be able to tap into. I just had a quote of $2700 from MM to change 4 springs, lower car and do wheel alignment !
If he wasnt booked out until next year FF would have done that for you for only $2699.95



Offline JJ


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Yeah that kind of guidance, experience is always useful to be able to tap into. I just had a quote of $2700 from MM to change 4 springs, lower car and do wheel alignment !

Anyone can change springs and do a wheel alignment on a Ferrari.  I'm sure you could even do the springs yourself given the right equipment.

Lowered H&R springs for 360/430's are about $500 a set.  Good brand... used on Porsche Cup cars.  LOL.



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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If he wasnt booked out until next year FF would have done that for you for only $2699.95
no, if they're charging that much I SHOULD be at least $4k ;)

Its around 4 hours work to do the springs, and probably 2 more to do a decent job of the alignment.

Springs are around $800 a set.

Camber shims are $3 to $12 each, should only need 4 or 6



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