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    Default eibach part no.

    for the 1.9cdti there are 2 sets listed on the euro car parts site just wondered which to order the ones ending with 111 or 121 as they appear the same bar the weight rating(its a hatchback if it makes a difference)
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    if you have a 150 then your axle weight is about 1065 i think.... basically just over the limit of the first set. however, because you are only just slightly over if you go for the higher weight set, your car might sit a bit higher than you would be expecting. because of that people have fitted both types. if you want lower go for the lower weight rated springs.
    Last edited by djr69uk; 19th May 2011 at 17:04. Reason: typo :P

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    cheers m8

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    also was wondering this thanks...

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