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    Nuespeed 19mm rear arb

    How bloody much! Best price I can find is £207 but I do really want one with all it's brackety bits. Anyone know of it anywhere cheaper? I would ask if anyone had one for sale but I'm not really allowed to make this a wanted advert so won't ask that.
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    Thats very cheap. Just the brackets for others such as hotchkiss, h&r etc can set you back £150.

    It is also cheaper than what i sell them at (£209) so i doubt you will find anywhere cheaper.

    Get one bought, set it to the stiffest setting and i know you will think it is money well spent.

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    Been considering one of these for a while. Are they worth the outlay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oranoco View Post
    Been considering one of these for a while. Are they worth the outlay?
    pound for pound the best mod for the b5.

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    I have one fitted to my s4, difference is night and day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oranoco View Post
    Been considering one of these for a while. Are they worth the outlay?
    The commonly discussed ARB's are for quattro cars, not sure if one is available for the beam axle on a FWD.

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