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Thread: Painting the Coil Springs

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638;1109486The only colored coils I like are King Blue on coilovers..[emoji6

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    And that’s mostly because when you see blue coils over King shocks, you know it’s a badass kit. I think it’s more association that anything.

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    I agree but my buddy has a thing for red.

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