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Old 08-12-2017, 06:40 PM   #1
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Questions Regarding Installing Stock Tophats On Coilovers

Hello Aziners!

So today I started installing Tein Street Advance coilovers on my Acura TL. I noticed in the EndlessRPM video
that there was a metal collar that went on after the first bushing however, my coilovers did not come with any and I was wondering if I needed it or it was because it was a newer TL. Also I was wondering if this piece was re-used .

And one last question: in some tutorials people were cutting the bump stops. Do I need to do that and if so how much? Thank you
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the metal piece im talking about is actually the spring adapter i believe it's called. Please if anybody knows the correct order to put the top hat pieces on let me know ASAP! and about cutting the bump stop i was talking about the rubber boot but I dont think i need to cut it. Please help
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If you could tell us the year of your car that would help
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Also this question has been asked multiple times:
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