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Can't Afford Coilovers - Alternatives

Discussion in 'Handling' started by conker2, Jul 1, 2006.

  1. conker2

    conker2 Member

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    My 95 A4 2.6se needs some new suspension, its getting a little bouncy, unfortunatley i can't afford a nice set of coilovers like everyone seems to recommend so need to look for alternatives, maybe something like these? any thoughts, suggestions.
     
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  3. DPM

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    We have loads of suspension kits to suit every pocket, just give us a shout if you want any info!
     
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    why do you need coilovers? are you planning on changing the ride height or rebound rate much?

    I'd just settle for some springs and dampers, and pocket the change from the coilovers...
     
  5. conker2

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    The ride height is already lower, i bought some lowering springs not long after getting the car. The shocks have now done nearly 110,000 miles and are pretty worn.
     
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    :eek: Shocks generally pass they best after 50,000 miles!
     
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    You see why they need replacing! what are the JOM kits like on your site?
     
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    will have a set of s4 suspension going cheap next week if u are interested
     
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    For a budget priced kit they're good and had many a satisfied buyer. Personally i'd wait and save up and go for something like the H&R or Eibach kits. Either way i'm sure we'll be able to sort you a good deal out!
     

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