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    They have left out the rear height adjusters. they are supposed to sit on the top of the rear spring like this...


    Mine are wound right in....
     
     

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    there sites under maintanence mate, here it is anyway http://www.performance3000.com/
     
     

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    cheers steve
    mate here you go numptys, i though i was strange, so the question is steve can he use standard spring, my answer is yes
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve23002 View Post
    They have left out the rear height adjusters. they are supposed to sit on the top of the rear spring like this...


    Mine are wound right in....
    ahh top man! i cant believe they have done this! no wounder it scraps the floor lol thanks mate!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJB328i View Post
    cheers steve
    mate here you got numptys, i though i was strange, so the question is steve can he use standard spring, my answer is yes
    You can do. But you might as well fit the rear height adjusters that he still has.....
     
     

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    well we got there in the end, well its off to the numptys for you tomorrow mate, give them some shit
     
     

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    lol im fittin them this weekend, im just sitting here laughing, i was sure that he was wrong... but there you go, least i know now lol thanks for all your help
     
     

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    no problem mate its been fun


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    Quote Originally Posted by chasman View Post
    im not sure, i took it to my local garage and they said these where for the fronts if u wanted to fit uprated springs i thought these where for the backs to give u the adjustment??? still have them sitting in my car. u rekon these are for the backs and the numptys left them out??? lol
    I have Jamex on the rear of my car, that bit they left out (anodized screw thing) is for the rears, to adjust them. Fact. Period. Go tell them they balls'd the fitting up.
     
     

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    With regards to your rear wheel... Get the rear tailing arm bushes inspected and FFS don't take it back to the garage that fitted your kit

    PS I'll now move this thread into the correct forum section
     
     

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