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    Default this kit again lol

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...#ht_3227wt_977

    asked about this before and never found out much about it

    i just bought it there,so any reviews/experiences here anywheres ?

    cheers folks

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    wish they did them for a siggy as iv read its all a bit mixed some say good some say bad but one thing make sure you oil them well or there lock up pics when fitted

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    as long as they are the correct ones for your car as some of the axel weights are different. i got mine 2 weeks ago and have had no problems but some people dont like them as they make noises, but i havent heard anything from mine.
    they are a good bit of kit for the price

    if you need any other info let me know

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    Quote Originally Posted by tappetpaul View Post
    as long as they are the correct ones for your car as some of the axel weights are different. i got mine 2 weeks ago and have had no problems but some people dont like them as they make noises, but i havent heard anything from mine.
    they are a good bit of kit for the price

    if you need any other info let me know
    i will do paul cheers m8

    anything i need to know before i start installing them ?

    should be here tuesday latest i reckon

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    Quote Originally Posted by bangty 1 View Post
    wish they did them for a siggy as iv read its all a bit mixed some say good some say bad but one thing make sure you oil them well or there lock up pics when fitted

    oil them well ??

    tell me more bangty m8

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    He means keep the threads of the adjusting rings covered in oil or grease as they can corrode meaning the only way to get the rings off will be to cut them

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    use a lot of grease on the threads and top mounts and the bearing at the top mount, dont cut too much off the rubber mounts at the rear make sure they are a snug fit, make sure you torque all the nuts up again.

    if you need any advice im off on tues and in dundee

    paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by tappetpaul View Post
    use a lot of grease on the threads and top mounts and the bearing at the top mount, dont cut too much off the rubber mounts at the rear make sure they are a snug fit, make sure you torque all the nuts up again.

    if you need any advice im off on tues and in dundee

    paul
    good stuff cheers paul

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