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Row M030 Interchangeability Question

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I was wondering if anyone knew the answer to this question...Does the RoW M030 suspension off of a 2002 C2 cab fit on a 1999 C2 cab? I realize that there may be some spring rate differences given the fact that the MY02 Pcars are slightly heavier, but will the struts and springs physically bolt into and fit appropriately on a 1999 C2 cab? Thanks in advance.

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Technically yes they will fit - but there are different springs and shocks for different optioned cars due to the weight and weight transfer (i.e. a 6 speed get a different setup than a Tip, and/or Cab vs Coupe vs Targa, etc.).

There is a great article at the PCA website about this along with some real world testing. You can find it here

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