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I have a 03 Tiburon GT. I have 18x7 rims with my tires being 215/35/R18. My car is lowerd now but one of the lowering springs broke. I bought the car lowerd so I dont know how much my car was lowerd. I am trying to figure out what size springs I should buy for the size rims and the size tires I have on it now. If anyone could let me know what kinda springs are good and how low I should go I would appreciate it.
 

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definately post up pics of the broken spring when you get them off,,,we'd all like to know who's product failed so the rest of us don't put them on our cars. Not eibachs are red,,,some are black.
http://www.tirerack.com/suspension/suspension.jsp?&make=Eibach&model=Pro-Kit+Spring+Set&group=Pro-Kit+Spring+Set&autoMake=Hyundai&autoModel=Tiburon+GT&autoYear=2003&autoModClar=&partNum=4220.140&perfCode=S
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http://www.tirerack.com/suspension/suspension.jsp?&make=H&R&model=Sport+Spring+Set&group=Sport+Spring+Set&autoMake=Hyundai&autoModel=Tiburon+GT&autoYear=2003&autoModClar=&partNum=29318&perfCode=S

Both eibach and h&r have great quality springs, and both offer under 2" drop so that your 18's probably won't rub. We still need to know what kind of wheels you have/what the offset is to tell for sure about the rubbing.
 

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definately post up pics of the broken spring when you get them off,,,we'd all like to know who's product failed so the rest of us don't put them on our cars. Not eibachs are red,,,some are black.
http://www.tirerack.com/suspension/suspension.jsp?&make=Eibach&model=Pro-Kit+Spring+Set&group=Pro-Kit+Spring+Set&autoMake=Hyundai&autoModel=Tiburon+GT&autoYear=2003&autoModClar=&partNum=4220.140&perfCode=S
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http://www.tirerack.com/suspension/suspension.jsp?&make=H&R&model=Sport+Spring+Set&group=Sport+Spring+Set&autoMake=Hyundai&autoModel=Tiburon+GT&autoYear=2003&autoModClar=&partNum=29318&perfCode=S

Both eibach and h&r have great quality springs, and both offer under 2" drop so that your 18's probably won't rub. We still need to know what kind of wheels you have/what the offset is to tell for sure about the rubbing.[/QUot
My rims are 18x7 with a +40 offset
 

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the +40 won't be a problem with either of those options. :)
 
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