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Anyone make their own drop links?

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by Kaibo, Oct 14, 2011.

  1. Kaibo
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    [Oct 14, 2011]
    So my coillies turned up today, happy bunny. Now I want to go as low as the things will allow, decided on drop link change instead of arb, does anyone make any that would be suitable, don't fancy paying £70 off the bay.

    Cheers Kai
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    Thank you, that's a tenner saved
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    I have heard these dont work... and you need the after-market anti- roll bar to eradicate but im not an a3 owner and could be talking ********...
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    i have these drop links with fk coilovers wound nearly the way down on the front. and a 25mm front eibach anti roll bar. the drop links had to be modified (shortened) as the drivers side rubbed the driveshaft almost constantly. its alot of trial and error to be honest. another problem u may sufer is the driveshaft on the drivers side hitting the chassis leg. mine does rub sometimes but not often enough to start notching the chassis
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    Just ditch the standard ARB :)
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