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    AVO Coil Overs


    Any opinions on these anyone?

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    Re: AVO Coil Overs

    The older units use to rust within a few months. If they still use the grub screw arrangement to hold the adjustment screws then I would avoid them, or lubricate them more often.

    Also many units required refurbishing after approx a year.

    Check to see if they've modified the design since.

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    Re: AVO Coil Overs

    I would go H & R if i was you, quality design and made from high grade stainless, try them i will be in a couple off months dubaudi.com swear by them, plus the can go up to a 2.2inch drop with out much compromise on comfort

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    Re: AVO Coil Overs

    i think they are around 1300euros on oetinger but will be cheaper else where, like Fk design

 

 

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