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    Default Drop Links, which are best Quality?

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...m=370146803428

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    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...m=130281855875

    Does any1 have any suggestions on better quality drop links or are these what Vx put on the car when it is made?

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    It's impossible to tell what make they are from an eBay ad/picture. I'd expect they are a pattern part - whether it's as good as quality as the Vx one is anybody's guess.

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    Go cheep and try you never know expensive doesn't always mean they are better they might even be the same just sold by different folks.

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    I think they could be lemforder,if anyone has the o.e number you can check on line using their webcat 3 catalogue.You should be able to source these from local car factors and quality will be equal to o.e

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    Vx part number is 13237130 if it helps.

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    checked number and lemforder do make them.Aftermarket part number 27730-02
    all you need is someone with an account

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    I put aftermarket ones on my 52 plater when I had it . Never had any problems with them either ,also at the time I was doing around 1000 miles a week !

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    get ones from stealer, i think 16 pound a side, and atleast you know there of a (better) quality

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    If the stealers drop links are better quality how come there are so many going faulty? Its like an outbreak of the flu seems a lot of threads all talking about good quality Vauxhall drop links that need replacing.
    Last edited by paulhb; 6th February 2009 at 22:37.

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