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I want to lower my car and just wanted to confirm with a mechanic if these are the correct shocks to do so. http://www.ebay.com/itm/KONI-STR-T-Street-Shocks-Set-for-Honda-Civic-01-03-/300919674826?hash=item461035d7ca#vi-ilComp
My car has 255 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.
My research indicates that those should be the correct replacement shocks, as long as the vehicle is not a Civic SI.
These shocks will fit both the sedan and coupe versions of that year's Civic, however they will not fit that years SI hatchback model.
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