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    Hey Guys,

    As some of you may have already read I bought my first bm the other day ! I'm wanting to lower the bad boy and have been recommended HT coilovers seeing as theyre cheap and of good quality. Can't complain with 2 years warranty!

    So i was wanting to know of people's experiences with these coilovers so if you have them could you reply how long youve had them for and mention if youve had any problems with em?

    Also is there a guide to lowering the e36 on here? I've looked already but can't find ote!

    Cheers
     
     

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    I have them on my E36 325i. They have been on for nearly a month and for what i paid im very happy with them. Its a firly firm ride, but not too bad when you get used to it. And the car now handles like a go kart..
    They only thing you have to watch out for, is the clearance on the front wheels. They can foul the lower sping adjusters. Some wheels dont do this, but a set of 5mm Eibach spacers usually sort it out....
     
     

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    Ah ok thanks for the heads up! Was thinking of putting spacers on anyway to get a more wide look!
     
     

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    I too will be lowering my beasty as soon as funds allow
     
     

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