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    Question lowering springs!

    These any goog for the money?
    Would they fit an 2.2 dti sri?

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...MEWA:IT&ih=001

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    Part No 80.3246 Lowering 40mm
    Manufacturer Vauxhall Year From 05/02
    Model Vectra Year To -
    Engine Size 2.0DTi/2.2DTi/3.2V6 Chassis No C
    Notes: Please Contact us if unsure of correct fitment

    Please note this is a set of 4 springs


    If in any doubt as to fitment Contact Us before buying
    It says they will fit mate..

    However, In a market where lowering springs for a Vectra C are generally IRO £100+, i would be wary of any that were only £64..

    Most Vectra spring suppliers require axle weights to make sure you get the correct springs for the car, so that the car sits even/level. Without the correctly weighted springs you run the risk of the car not sitting level and not only will it not look right, it can also compromise safety.

    I have used Eibach's, Pi's and now FK Coilover's and they are all known and proven brands for the Vectra's. Personally i would stick with one of these 3 as you know they will fit and work properly first time.

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    have to echo Ben.. they are VERY cheap, so beware that they may not be good quality ( thou they have to be some good as they are TUV approved)..

    you may have stumbled on to a bargain... or it could backfire..not really sure..

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