where can i get lowering kit

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where can i get lowering kit

Postby sassy » 24 Jul 2010, 11:37

hi
can any one help me i am looking for a lowering kit but not sure where to get them from as on ebay they are only selling spring but we need a kit as our shocks are worn and the ride is awful


any help really appreciated

many thanks sarah :D
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Re: where can i get lowering kit

Postby ninja.turtle007 » 24 Jul 2010, 11:45

sassy wrote:hi
can any one help me i am looking for a lowering kit but not sure where to get them from as on ebay they are only selling spring but we need a kit as our shocks are worn and the ride is awful


any help really appreciated

many thanks sarah :D



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Re: where can i get lowering kit

Postby choplee » 22 Aug 2010, 19:00

i havn't heard any bad comments about the Brickwerks shockers & springs apart from being abit on the pricey side,but if they work well then it's a small price to pay ...
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Re: where can i get lowering kit

Postby timini77 » 26 Aug 2010, 22:59

You really do get what you pay for.
I purchased Avo items from Brickwerks and although 70mm lower are a lot better than expected so I'm very satisfied.

The cheaper items on ebay will probably give you a crappy ride. I read up on suspension upgrades for a long time before making the decision to use AVO items and found countless threads about poor ride quality from lesser brands.

There are better items out there than AVO's such as H&R's, but I couldn't justify the expense.

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