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    Hello

    Anyone know where can I get stiffer rear springs from for my Dti, its a bit soft when towing.

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    hi mate , i have seen spring inserts for towing purposes. they are a thick plastic spacer that slots into your spring.
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Coil-spring-sp...54b264ffdfd840

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    Hi pal, I had them on my punto but wondered is there was any stiffer springs on the market not to keen on the spring assistors as they dont sit right on the spring.

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    Whats the exact problem mate, is it going too low or is it bouncing too much?

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    Its bouncing to much pal, the nose weight of caravan is 68-72kgs

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    I'd start by checking the rear shocks and if they are ok maybe replacing them with something slightly stiffer

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