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    A3 suspension upgrade advice please

    hey guys im considering upgrading my standard suspension to a weitec 40mm gt kit, and possibly some new ARB`s is there anything else worth replacing while everything is of, also will this "tighten up" the steerin as it feel a bit loose and wobbly
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    New ARBs should come with new bushes, I changed my rear axle bushes and also the front wishbone bushes when I had mine done.

    The Wietec kits nice, the 40mm is about for an A3 so I'm happy with mine.

    What ARB's are you looking at?. I can rate the KW 23mm front and 25mm rear kit. No body roll and handles like its on rails now :D
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    The Weitec kit and ARBs will make a massive difference. I'd check top mounts and all the usual bushes to make sure they're not too worn while you're on with the rest of the suspension.

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