Re: Spring confusion?? - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
I took it as the poster is looking to replace the struts and shocks and looking to buy new with pre loaded springs mounted on them so they wouldn't have to mess with the old springs.
I'd suggest getting the new struts and shocks without springs. Remove the struts and shocks from your car with your old springs and take your set up and your new struts to a auto shop for them to swap your springs. It's a job they can't mess up and 20$ or 30$ should make them happy.
This answer isn't what your looking for but I've always used my old springs. Your springs will outlast your car, as bob said
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