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SOLD ... PENDING PAYMENT

So, I have been working on this kit for awhile, and decided I need to money more than I need the kit. Almost all of the parts are new, or very close to it. The struts probably have only 1,000 miles on them. The springs are brand new. Here is a list of exactly what has been used to make this kit. This is ready to bolt right on. For 850's and....?

· Bilstein Touring Struts - (2) $120 at FCP Groton
·Eibach 8" 350 Lb. - (2) $67 at Summit Racing
· Custom Upper Spring Perch / Seat - (2) $30 each
· Afco 5" Coilover sleeve - (2) $20 each
· Afco Adjuster nut - (2) $20 each
· Coilover Spanner Adjustable Wrench (1) $25

$450 shipped CONUS
Save almost $100 and the labor as well

I am only on here every once in awhile, so the best way to get a hold of me is to email me at [email protected] I can also email you more pictures.





Modified by jarediii at 9:03 AM 5-14-2009

Modified by jarediii at 4:57 PM 6-8-2009
 

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Re: DIY Bilstein Coilovers (pwebb)

If you are refering to the aluminum upper perch, there is no welding. I custom made that part to fit exactly inside the spring and then rest inside the upper rubber mount. These litterally bolt right on, just as a normal strut setup would be.
Here is a closeup of the perch you may be refering to. I made these on my fathers mill/lathe out of a solid piece of aluminum.


Hope that helps.
 

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Re: DIY Bilstein Coilovers (pwebb)

I am sorry, I forgot to post that on the previous thread. I never actually installed them. I did do quite a bit of research online and got some good referances from other members of tried spring rates and length. My goal was to have it just a little bit tighter than stock.
 

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Re: (blacksleeperr)

From the FCP Groton website (where they were originally purchased) they read the following.

Part Number: VNE-4579-BE OEM Number: 9140072, 8600901, 9191419.

When you go to their website, search for VNE-4579-BE and it will show you all the models it will work for. Hope this helps.
 
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