e46, m43, 318i saloon 2000. which coilovers?

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  1. e46, m43, 318i saloon 2000. which coilovers? 
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    just noticed my rear shock is pissing out oil, gives me a reason to get a new set, my budget will be around £250.

    I have seen plenty for that price on ebay, are those any good, obviously not going to get race standard and not expecting a great ride, just something i always wanted to do to a car.
     
     

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    better off with shocks and springs really at that price and for road use.
     
     

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    is that not the same thing? from the pictures i went on the assumption that you get both the shocks and springs with the coilover kits?
     
     

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