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Hi there,
Just wanted to ask to those who have the Eibach Pro kit installed on their Mazda 3 if ya’ll use the rubber that came with the stock coil spring? The one that is found on top of the coil
Spring. Thank you.
 

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Yes, you keep the OEM spring isolators. They keep the springs mounted properly.
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To the question, the best answer is what the instructions and recommendation from the supplier/manufacture has for their product.

Traditionally, spring isolators are to reduce or prevent noise caused by metal to metal contact.
 

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Yes, you keep the OEM spring isolators. They keep the springs mounted properly.
Okay. I apprciate th
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WELCOME TO THE FORUM

To the question, the best answer is what the instructions and recommendation from the supplier/manufacture has for their product.

Traditionally, spring isolators are to reduce or prevent noise caused by metal to metal contact.
Is it the spring isolator same with the spring protector(KDY534081)?
Thank you
 

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Is it the spring isolator same with the spring protector(KDY534081)?
Thank you
Quote William Shakespeare's, "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet"

It just another design and name of a part which is ultimately a materiel that separates to solid materials from contacting each other that could cause harmonics and unnecessary wear.
 
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