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    Bought a set of Eibach coil springs from a yard....

    Well I picked up a set of front coil springs from a 1990 Mighty Max at a nearby parts yard. That's not too exciting in itself. Once I had them in hand, I realized that they were made by Eibach. After a call with Eibach, they couldn't find any records of the P/N on the springs or anything for the Mighty Max application, even in the "R&D" department. Does anyone here know anything about these?

    color: black
    "Eibach 24/93"
    "MIT-2"

    10.5" long





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    I was actually thinking of doing something similar with a spare set of eibach coil springs from my old honda civic. Maybe that's what happened with the truck you pulled the springs from. Possible application was for a different car, that just so happened to fit. Lol
    1989 Mitsubishi mightymax; 1990 4g63 6 bolt swap: malhe 9.0 pistons, eagle h beam rods, acl race bearings, rebuilt head, evo 3 16g, aem afpr, Maft, 3" gm maf blow through, walbro 255 fuel pump, hks ssq bov, fmic, coil over plug, evo 8 560 injectors, dsmlink, apexi avcr, AEM eugo, s90 throttlebody, JMF FIAC block off plate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4doorciv View Post
    I was actually thinking of doing something similar with a spare set of eibach coil springs from my old honda civic. Maybe that's what happened with the truck you pulled the springs from. Possible application was for a different car, that just so happened to fit. Lol
    I was thinking the same thing, but Eibach had no records on those part numbers for any application. The "MIT-2" makes me think Mitsubishi, but it's anyone's guess. We'll see how low they set once they're on.

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