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Old 01-03-2007, 01:43 AM   #1
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Default x ray stock silver and gold springs, what is their number?

HI, Does anyone know what are the numbers on the xray stock silver and gold springs?

I want to buy some springs but not buy the whole 11 sets, can anyone recommend what to get 2-4 sets max? I run at socal. I have a T2. Thanks.
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The silver and gold springs are 17.5lb and 14lb, but they are a progressive spring and after being compressed about 1.5mm, they are more like 20lb and 15lb.

I would get blue, violet, purple and red to join your silver and gold spring. This would mean you pretty much have the Xray Ultimate Spring set http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/pro...0Springs%20(24)
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Keep a look out here and ebay spring sets come up fairly often, I've made a complete set for myself and a friend for less than $50 each.
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