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GSF SPORTING SPRINGS

jackster Jun 18, 2005

  1. jackster

    jackster New Member

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    HI GUYS HAS ANYONE USED THE GSF SPORTING LOWERING SPRINGS, IF YOU HAVE HAD ANY EXPERIENCE WITH THEM CAN YOU GET BACK ASAP BEFORE I PURCHASE THESE AS THEY ARE ONLY £65 INC VAT FOR 4 BRAND NEW <font color="blue"> </font> /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/woohoo.gif
     
  2. mwarrey

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    I wouldn't rush into getting these before you have looked at alternatives. I have had experience of using "cheap" lowering springs in the past, whilst they have improved handling they also give very poor ride quality, and I have ended up changing them for a more expensive set (i.e. Eibach). Have a shop around, it may well be "cheaper" to buy a good quality set in the first place.
     
  3. jackster

    jackster New Member

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    need good dealer to supply set of eibach then do i , any suppliers that anuone knows that are the cheapestto get from need help quick
     
  4. dstech

    dstech Member

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    Eibach is the better brand with better durability and engineering.
     
  5. technics100

    technics100 Active Member

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    I had boge lowering springs from GSF in my 1996 B5 A4. I had no problems and used them for about two years. The ride wasn't as harsh as my friend who lowered his car with eibach. I couldn't complain about them at all.
     

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