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thoughts on these please

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by bigblokey0, Dec 12, 2011.

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    I don't think they're TUV approved. Steer clear.

    If ur looking for budget coil overs, contact DPM performance, Damian has an account on this forum.

    Great customer service and price matching too.
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    I don't know about those, but I run the JOM coilovers (like £195) and they are absolutely fine for the money and I've run lots of different expensive branded coilovers in the past.
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    never heard of them i wouldn't get them if i were you as timG said get some jom's lots use them very good value for money
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    +1 for JOM
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    tuv is a strict german thing where it has to pass tests for quality if it fails then it doesn't go on sale i think till it does , items without tuv approval are not always the best items buy with caution they could fail within a very short time
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