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Has anyone used APEX lowering springs? I was planning on getting the Tein S techs but I found a set of APEX springs on ebay UK for 99.94 GBP ($152) including shipping. It says they're for a Tiida but I'm sure they'll fit my V.
 

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Get the TEIN springs, those are tested springs. I have em, along with lots of members. Didn't know Apex made springs for the Tidda. Good company, but I don't trust many parts from EBay.
 

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Get the TEIN springs, those are tested springs. I have em, along with lots of members. Didn't know Apex made springs for the Tidda. Good company, but I don't trust many parts from EBay.
Me either usually. I was just curious since they're $30 cheaper than the Tein S techs and the seller had 100% feedback. I also like the fact that they'd be here in a few days vs a few weeks from a company in the States. :) I only found 1 person with them installed on a Cube and he didn't have any complaints. They are also available from Andy's Auto Sports for slightly more ($161.56) 110-8200 Apex Suspension Lowering Springs - 1.25" Drop for 07-up Nissan Versa at Andy's Auto Sport
 

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In the late 90's and early '00 we Used to sell a lot of these at my shop, the main importer was in Maryland, very decent quality, They actually sell a shock and spring matched combo which is a nice intermediate compromise in price between just springs, and a full coil-over kit.

Since the Versa has pretty weakly damped shocks, any chance you have of swapping them out at the same time is a good idea.

Tein relies on their reputation they get from their higher end products N1, Rally Etc. but their low end is no better then some cheaper options.
 
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