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      09-24-2005, 02:07 AM   #1
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any shops in san diego you recommend for lowering?

I want to lower my e90 with H&R Springs. Do any of you have any shops to recommend in the San Diego area?

thanks for the help
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      09-24-2005, 06:51 PM   #2
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I would like to know too!
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I'm probably going to use Group 5 Motorsport. I've been speaking with them on the phone. They sound quite competent and their installation prices sound reasonable.

I too would like to hear more recommendations from those with actual experience with an installer.
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You can also try AJ USA at Mira Mesa. I think they specialize in BMW and Porsche.
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i have an unlce in san diego that could probably do it. he has a repair shop. its called T P repair. i think . on university. anyone heard of it??
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