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Fitting springs

Dazmo May 22, 2010

  1. Dazmo

    Dazmo Active Member

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    Got around to fitting my springs today.

    Only i did`nt end up doing it because i didnt realise you had to remove half the engine just to change the f****g springs!

    How difficult do they make it just to do the smallest of things, its insane, so i have got a quote of £180 for fitting from my local garage.

    Anyone know in leicestershire/derbyshire anywhere that would be capable and could do it for less than that?, got to be someone familiar with audis by the looks of things.

    I did however fit my RS4 rear sway bar and WOW what a sodding difference,amazing!
     
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    cyrusK New Member

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    Good to hear about the rarb.What about the front brakes?
     
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    Bought those front a6 discs mate and they were too big, the height difference was massive, so back to drawing board!
     
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    I've no idea about rates for changing springs,but it's something I wouldn't attempt nowadays without hydraulic spring compressors.You could try Brake Parts in Lancashire for new discs.
     
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    I think £180 is a good price mate I would go with that !
    I know its a right pain of a job never heard of it being half an engine out job though ?
     

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