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eibach springs help

d18ony May 2, 2009

  1. d18ony

    d18ony Donnie Mac

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    hi everybody

    im in the middle of fitting my eibach lowering springs. doing the rears at the minute, noticed that you get a big black rubber plate with the springs. is it nessecary to fit this? and presumably it goes onto the bottom plate of the springs seat. can someone confirm this please?

    many thanks

    Donnie
     
  2. <tuffty/>

    <tuffty/> Badger 5 Edition...Its all about the flow... Staff Member Moderator Audi S3

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    I didn't fit mine tbh... couldn't see any reason too. There is already rubber like padding that fits top and bottom. I couldn't see how fitting it would benefit other than to raise the ride another few millimeters.

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  3. d18ony

    d18ony Donnie Mac

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    exactly my thoughts too. didnt bother fitting them! doing fronts now!
     
  4. S90GAV

    S90GAV Member

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    i had mine fitted, car didnt look any lower, so removed it! job sorted! :)
     
  5. Mikey87

    Mikey87 New Member

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    have u been out for a drive in it since lowering it? without the rubber, does ya back suspension make any knocking from the back end??
     

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