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Do you have stock springs? (archive)

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Posted by //AAndy on September 18, 2000 at 10:35:00:

In Reply to: I've got Eibachs and Bilsteins. posted by lighter rims in general. on September 18, 2000 at 03:59:50:

That's pretty much what I've been told, a few months, although there seem to be plenty of people that claim it's impossible for bilsteins to change at all. I live up a winding bumpy road that will work 'em a lot.

The stock shocks were worn enough that I can easily move them back and forth with one hand.

Thanks for the input!

Andy -- '97 M3



Mine took about 3 months to fully set in. Initially it was higher then stock. 6 months later my front droped by 1.2 or so inches. I drove up a lot of ramps/speed bumps to get them to settle in. Also like the other guy said make sure that they installed the right set of bilsteins.





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