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Re: Repairing self leveling, rather than removing (archive)

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Posted by m5todd on September 19, 2001 at 09:56:11:

In Reply to: Repairing self leveling, rather than removing it? posted by JohnG on September 18, 2001 at 12:51:37:

My original shocks started leaking at around 53,000 miles and I replaced them at $500 per shock when I went to a Dinan Stage III suspension.

When they started leaking again about 50,000 miles later, I got the load-leveling elimination kit and new Dinan sport springs and Bilsteins all around. That in conjunction with four new Pirelli P7000 Super Sports in 245/45ZRx17 made it drive like a brand new car. Fantastic!

I never load the car, so no rear leveling is no big deal for me ;>)



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