Tein Flex Z

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Freescopesdad
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Tein Flex Z

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Any word, Brian, as to when you will be stocking these coilovers? TIA...
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Yes, but not here yet....TEIN reports USA release pushed back until at least September.
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Re: Tein Flex Z

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I heard these are non-rebuildable, why buy non-rebuildable coilovers?
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Re: Tein Flex Z

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SimplyClean wrote:I heard these are non-rebuildable, why buy non-rebuildable coilovers?
I think mostly because they're about the same price as Konis and springs and give you the benefit of height adjustment to boot. Pretty sure the target price on the Flex Z's is under $900. Even if you have to replace the shocks after 50,000 miles, it's still pretty cost-effective.
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