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Tanabe DF210 Spring Kit ( Part Number:TAN4 TDF140)

Tanabe DF210 Spring Kit - Subaru STI 2008-2014 / WRX 2011-2014

MODEL # TAN4 TDF140
Manufacturer Part # TDF140

$234.90

MSRP: $290.00

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Description

The DF210 coil spring offers a large drop, while retaining superb ride quality characteristics. The spring rate is raised to compensate for the shortened amount of suspension travel. The DF210 is unique in that it provides an excellent range of benefits, from its extremely low stance, to performance and comfort. Overall, the DF210 is extremely well balanced for those looking to lower their car, increase handling potential and maintain comfort.
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Specifications


Brand: Tanabe
Includes Bump Stops: No
Spring Rate Front: 246lbs/in
Spring Rate Front Metric: 4.4Kg/mm
Spring Rate Rear: 173lbs/in
Spring Rate Rear Metric: 3.1Kg/mm

Mfgr. Warranty: 3 Year
Condition: New Product
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Jonathan 1 year ago
Good price and excellent ride height. The only con of this purchase is the bumps. Every bump you roll over feels like something is going to break. I would recommend changing your shocks if you plan on going with springs. I only purchased springs because of the Black Friday special. I will be grabbing coilovers sometime this year to replace the springs. Overall, my satisfaction is with the height.

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Just installed
08stihatch 2 years ago
Took a few hours to install, its makes the install easier if you have the following ; air tools and second set of hands. Only for the simple fact strut and spring separation.. ride quality hasn't deminished, Do recommend upgrading the sway bars..

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2013 wrx hatch
laryssamaasen1377523 3 years ago
I put these lowering springs on about a month and a half ago and it lowered my car about an inch. It's at the perfect ride height. I didn't need camber adjustment, no issues with bump stops and I'm on factory struts.
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Perfect Drop
deckedoutdesign31199 4 years ago
Gave the perfect drop to my 11 WRX! Currently 15k miles on springs and factory struts are holding out and I didn't have any issues with my bump stops. I will say this though, the rear tires are cambered in a bit and you will need some sort of aftermarket camber adjustment to correct it. But Im 100% satisfied!
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PERFECT SPRINGS FOR THIS CAR!!!!
Wrxhard13 4 years ago
Got these a few days ago and installed in about 3 hours. Never installed springs in my life. Pretty straight forward. Just remember on the front struts, line up the indention in the rubber dish from the old spring, circles on top of rubber, and spring in the seat. Make sure to test by turning the wheel and be sure the spring turns with the rotor. No binding. It has not settled into its permanent height yet, only has about 30 miles on it. But it rides great and handles even better than before. No rubbing or any issues on stock struts, and wheels.
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  • Q: re  martinez1228 3 years ago

    Answer

    will I need any kind of camber adjustment i.e camber kits or will it be of


    • A: Hello, these springs may be aggressive enough where you need to make small camber adjustments. If it is too aggressive for the stock camber bolts, you can use them in addition to some like the Whiteline or Eibach camber bolts.


      guest55fc85a42a8d25a9578b4ffe 3 years ago
  • Q: Will they fit   wrxcory 4 years ago

    Answer

    2014 wrx sedan with 17x8.25 +27 offset rims ? or will I run into rubbing issues !?!?


    • A: We cannot guarantee compatibility of these springs with aftermarket wheels and we recommend measuring you wheel clearance before ordering the springs to make sure they will work with your wheels. The front would drop 25mm and the rear would drop 18mm.


      Zach G. 4 years ago
    • A: We can't answer this question because that has more to do with the wheel fitment than the springs themselves. Whether or not a wheel size will rub or not has a lot more than ride height that will dictate this. Tire size, alignment settings also will effect this. However, the size mentioned is beyond what we'd recommend as safe fitment


      TanabeUSA_DV 4 years ago
  • Q: cutting/shorter bump stop require?  ste_vang67258 4 years ago

    Answer

    Do these require cutting or shorter aftermarket bump stops?


  • Q: 2009 WRX sedan  JustinOHood 4 years ago

    Answer

    Would these springs work on a 09 wrx sedan? It is not a STI.


    • A: These springs would more than likely fit a 2009 WRX, but Tanabe does not confirm fitment and they are made specifically for 2008+ STI and 2011+ WRX models.


      Zach G. 4 years ago
    • A: As Zach said, we have not confirmed fitment on the 09 WRX sedan but the hatch only. We are still looking for this model for fitment testing.


      TanabeUSA_DV 4 years ago
  • Q: 2013 wrx hatch   13RX 5 years ago

    Answer

    I see there are two different tanabe lowering springs, whats the big difference and will these fit on my 2013 wrx wagon. Thanks


    • A: They will fit on a hatch, The Gf210 Springs are going to give a less of a drop and will be stiffer than these that is the only real difference!


      Kyle A. 5 years ago
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