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Swift Sport Springs for Nissan 350Z

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Swift Sport Springs for Nissan 350Z

$399.00 $279.99

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4N014. Out of stock 30 lbs ,


Swift made sport springs keeps your quality ride you get from the showroom and adds a sporty feel and lower ride height for sport driving enthusiasts and style minded drivers only the best. Swift did not start developing Sport Springs by trying to drop the ride height of your vehicle. Unlike others who only care about style, Swift’s approached was to create lowering springs with three rules. Keep or improve a smooth comfortable ride. Increase handling, control and performance. Lower the vehicle within each vehicle’s usable stroke. The front has a 0.8′ drop and the rear has a 0.6′ drop.

This Part Will fit:

03-08 Nissan 350z

Additional information

Weight 30 lbs
Dimensions 36 x 24 x 8 in


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