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Went around and asked this very same question at local auto repair shops - most of them will NOT install lowering springs for you. Something about liability. Pep shop qouted me about $300 bucks, plus the cost of alignment. My dealership agreed to do it for me and qouted $350 and said it would take half the day to do it. An audio/tuner shop said they'd do it for $150-$180 bucks. I have't gotten my springs yet, but when I do, I'll be hitting up the audio and tuner shops around here for the best price.
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I say look in your local phone book for the all the auto customizing and speed shops in your area and go there. All the auto repair shops will overcharge you and want to keep your car all day. I went to a local repair shop and they wanted $350 and they also wanted to keep my car overnight. Took my P5 down to the local speed shop and it only set me back $140 (w/o alignment) and they only kept my car for an hour and a half.
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drive down to nashville, tn and ill do it for free i have done about 30 springs installs on cars and trucks. it aint **** to do it take me about a hour to do all 4 corners. i got all the tools at my house. hit me up if you want me to do it email@example.com
Only bitch I found about changing mine over was the fact that I had to take out the panel behind the rear seats, and also take off the seatbelts to get at the strut mounts. But other than that it's a really simple job to do yourself.