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    Default What springs on my Signum?

    Ive fitted new wheels and new tyres yesterday and gone for 225/45/17's and now think it looks a bit silly with the standard height of the springs so am going to lower it.
    I dont want to go silly, just want to make the wheels look like they fit the arches a bit better.
    Can I just fit springs and if so what should I go for?

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    Vehicle : Vectra, Signum & Insignia

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    Engine : Z18XE,Z19DTH,Z20NET,

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    you need a set of Eibach springs... 30mm drop not a harsh ride but harder of course, but a better stance and handling.

    If you click on my garage or my mod list you will see mine on Eibachs
    The wifes vec show car is currently being stripped for parts before i scrap it, keep an eye on the sales section.. https://www.vectra-c.com/forum/garage_vehicle.php?do=view_vehicle&id=709




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    Thanks Nige, yours looks great mate, guess they are much lower profile then mine and 18>19"? Also must ad mine a 3.0cdti so I guess I need to get specific springs due to extra weight

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    my tyres are 235/40/18 LMF vauxhall will sell you a set of springs for your axle weight, its printed on your B pillar on the drivers door frame..
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    Thanks again Nige

    I'll get on to it and go and find my old spring clamps, think they will need a bit of wd40

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