they are the kinetic ones you find on ebay. Been fantastic, no quality. Issues at all.
I've given up on cars for now and have back into my mountain biking, I'm looking at something sensible next, not sure what though.
I have had my 19s for nearly 2 years now commuting 60 miles a day and never noticed the difference over the 18s that were on it.
They are now up to swaps in the classifieds, as I'm selling the car soon.
OK, Eibach sent me a form to fill asking for all the part no.s supplied and the height measurements from wheel centre to arch. I have now noticed the n/s is 10mm higher on the back! Not happy at all!
They are gonna get back to me but have instantly pointed the finger at being fitted wrong. You...
Get h&r 35mm springs, just fitted eibach and it has raised the car if anything.
As for the wheel, there are plenty of car trimmers around the country that could retrim your wheel cheaper than sending it to German.
I did see your post saying if I got the h&r springs and weren't happy you'd swap but the the height issues with the joms stating lowers from 35mm to 90mm , I thought I'd go safe with a 30mm drop from eibach. Lesson learnt I think ! buy h&r springs folks for your 3.2 , judging by the pics I've seen!
It was a guy in east London that had a 3.2 with Jim's that I went it, it was that car that made me think I'll give them ago.
Wish I'd have taken some pics, the rim was almost touching the arch at the back on its highest setting.
Still not heard from eibach, As a company you can't advertise a...
If its not something you can do yourself get an axle done at a time as it will need tracking done after each time a bush is done.
I only replaced the front rear wishbone bushes as this was all I needed. They had gone very soft and had loads of movement, the others seam fine.