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StopWatchingTV
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PostSubject: Buying Coilovers.   Thu Feb 17 2011, 22:03

I'm looking for cheapo coilies, and looking on ebay, there are a lot of dodgy looking unbranded ones, so I've whittled it down to a choice of three

Jom

The cheapest at 162.40. 20-100mm drop

FK AK Street

A little more expensive at 184.95. Drops from 30-100mm

and finally

Jamex

The most expensive, costing 190.00. Drop: 30-80mm





They all have free delivery. Just looking for peoples experiences, which ones people have had trouble with, and if a brand-name makes any difference in this price range?

Cheers,
Tom
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PostSubject: Re: Buying Coilovers.   Thu Feb 17 2011, 23:00

the joms were awsome on the mk2 gti tom Smile


and even wen mogs fiited mk2 joms to the mk3 vr6 they were still awsome Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Buying Coilovers.   Fri Feb 18 2011, 14:27

i got fk's, had no problems with them Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Buying Coilovers.   Fri Feb 18 2011, 18:19

will with the mk2 golf on here sellin sum for a mk3
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PostSubject: Re: Buying Coilovers.   Fri Feb 18 2011, 19:59

id buy the fk's
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PostSubject: Re: Buying Coilovers.   Fri Feb 18 2011, 20:30

I just got the ones with the biggest drop :p haha
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PostSubject: Re: Buying Coilovers.   Fri Feb 18 2011, 21:05

ta technixs are good for the price i run them on the polo and i run kw on the loop

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