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35mm H&R on Golf GT TDI Mk5.

Discussion in 'Volkswagen and other VAG' started by AjayB, Oct 10, 2011.

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    [Oct 10, 2011]
    I have the 35mm H&Rs on my Golf at the moment, but its catching underneath so much, day to day driving has become a nightmare as its always scraping.. Ive been told that the GT/GTI has a total different set of springs from H&R which are only 30mm. Can any shed some light onto this, should i change the springs? only had the 35's on for 300 miles :(
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    Cheers for the reply, will the car be ok running the 35mm for a while? it wont cause any damage to shockers or anything will it?
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    What's the part number of the kit you have?

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    At the moment i have the 29261-2 (35mm) on the car.

    cheers
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    No it should be fine but it would of been best to get the specific springs for your car.

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