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    Hey guys
    I have broken a rear schnitzer spring on my 330D
    Now does anyone have a single rear spring i can buy, either Schnitzer or other that will defo match it.
    Failing that what could i use at rear as a replacement pair with the Schnitzers left in at the front.
    Failing that i guess i am open to offers on my three Schnitzer springs and i could get an Eibach kit
    Oh i am running on 19" schnitzer alloys
    Any help would be welcomed on what i should do next
     
     

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    Come on guys any help please
    These are the Schnitzer spring numbers
    2 fronts the part numbers 313346330
    1 rear number 335346310
    I need a rear or a closest match
    Or sell these 3 if any one interested
    Replace with what do you recommend?
     
     

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    get a set of eibach and just put them on the rear leave the schnitzer on the front
    this was done on my car when i brought it and im still happy with it after 3 years

    BMW's break rear springs very common
     
     

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    I'd say the dealer is best bet for the spring. I personally fit springs in pairs. Failing that H&R or Eibach.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by PsychoPath View Post
    Come on guys any help please
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    Why do you not declare what the ride height is of your car (from the center of the hub to your arch lip) that way someone might be able to Advise on an Alternative aftermarket replacement spring that might fit the bill.

    Would not be surprised if a Schnitzer spring is just a re-badged off the shelf mainstream Sports spring anyway?

    Only Pikeys! change one spring when its broken!

    Dunk
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by bratty View Post
    Why do you not declare what the ride height is of your car (from the center of the hub to your arch lip) that way someone might be able to Advise on an Alternative aftermarket replacement spring that might fit the bill.

    Would not be surprised if a Schnitzer spring is just a re-badged off the shelf mainstream Sports spring anyway?

    Only Pikeys! change one spring when its broken!

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    LMAO yep Pikeys sounds about right for me and my kin folk
    Good point actually my friend so here are the sizes
    Fronts are 36cm
    Rears seem to be different but i understand its common with E46`s sagging on drivers side
    Driver side rear 32cm
    Passenger side rear 33.5cm
    Schnitzer are Eibach i am led to believe
    What you saying now then Buds
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    Try rossiters in dersingham.Norfolk
    They are the main dealers in the UK for your requirements
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit View Post
    Try rossiters in dersingham.Norfolk
    They are the main dealers in the UK for your requirements
    Thanks Bud
    Seems I can indeed get a new pair of Schnitzer springs from Rossers for 150.00
    I've been quoted 140.00 to fit all 4 back on is that about right?
    If only some one had a single one after all e46 springs are always snapping I hear
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by PsychoPath View Post
    Thanks Bud
    Seems I can indeed get a new pair of Schnitzer springs from Rossers for 150.00
    I've been quoted 140.00 to fit all 4 back on is that about right?
    If only some one had a single one after all e46 springs are always snapping I hear
    They use a local garage normally like Colin bix for a lot of their work and he's good.

    My advise is buy the springs and do a deal with a friendly local garage or mate and do it as its 2 hours tops to do it and about 60 quid labour
     
     

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