Originally Posted by Dudesky
Yes, you'll be fine. You can do the fronts first, then the rears, just don't drive crazy or anything like that before you complete the job, because your springs won't be matched. Be prepared for unusual handling behavior, but it shouldn't be too bad at all. If you ask me, you really should wait till you get everything and then do it all at once . . depending on how much time you need to get up the cash, you can probably "baby" that blown strut till then by taking it easy on the car. When I bought my car, it had both fronts blown and leaking. I ran on those for a good 3-4mo before replacing everything.
Ok good to know thanks. I make good money were i work (pub) so i can save the money easily within a month. I just had other shit i was planning to spend my money on first. So this comes as a kick in the balls to my bank account. Im getting a set of Koni springs and shocks.