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  1. gary3306

    gary3306 Active Member VCDS Map User

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    Had to nip around the shop earlier. Went out to the car, unlocked it, jumped in and there was an almighty CRACK/TWANG! Back in the house to grab my torch to check which one it was. Off Side rear was the source of my brown trouser moment. Guess I'll be fitting new springs tomorrow then :crying:
     
  2. drmole

    drmole Well-Known Member

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    perfect excuse to buy coilovers lol
     
  3. bigrich690

    bigrich690 Active Member

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    I second that :)
     
  4. gary3306

    gary3306 Active Member VCDS Map User

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    Well me being a tight arse, I think we have a B7 A4 2.0tdi spring at work after a colleague changed just one side about 5 or 6 months ago, on a vehicle that was going off lease. If its still hanging about my workshop, then that'll be going on :)
     
  5. bigrich690

    bigrich690 Active Member

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    Boo lol
     
  6. drmole

    drmole Well-Known Member

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    BOO x2

    Go on treat the old girl when she's ill perk her up a bit lol :sorry:
     
  7. Marrow

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    Boo x3
    At least fit lowering springs !?! I can recomend h&r.
     
  8. bigrich690

    bigrich690 Active Member

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    BOO x4....oh wait, just slam it and you won't be sorry lol
     
  9. ben.w93

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    They look awesome lowered, but I have to remember I'm not in the Land Rover when going over speed bumps, miss having decent ground clearance.
     
  10. kwardy

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    Yep i snapped my rear spring 2 weeks ago.

    Just Fitted 30mm eibach's feels better then standard Sline springs and only sits a bit lower .
     

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