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 Post subject: Re: What to do?!
Posted: Sat Jun 02, 2012 6:09 pm 
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frankieh wrote:
79raven wrote:
frankieh wrote:
From memory the Lovells are more expensive.. but not hugely so.

I think they are progressive springs.. meaning they start off softer and harden up as they are compressed.. the idea being to give you as soft a right as possible for the small bumps, but getting stiffer for the harder stuff. I love them myself... wish I could afford Bilsteins to go with them, but will have to settle for VST's.

Sounds like my wanga, it hardens up when needed to as well, but normally not over small bumps but larger ones



So... in summary, you like to bump your wanga.. but it doesn't get hard unless you go hell for broke?
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There's a cream for that.

What is this cream you speak of? I have tried Armourall but all it did was make my knob shine like a LED torche. Also tried cut and polish, it at least got rid of the wrinkes
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 Post subject: Re: What to do?!
Posted: Sat Jun 02, 2012 8:51 pm 
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79raven wrote:
frankieh wrote:
79raven wrote:
frankieh wrote:
From memory the Lovells are more expensive.. but not hugely so.

I think they are progressive springs.. meaning they start off softer and harden up as they are compressed.. the idea being to give you as soft a right as possible for the small bumps, but getting stiffer for the harder stuff. I love them myself... wish I could afford Bilsteins to go with them, but will have to settle for VST's.

Sounds like my wanga, it hardens up when needed to as well, but normally not over small bumps but larger ones



So... in summary, you like to bump your wanga.. but it doesn't get hard unless you go hell for broke?
:-)

There's a cream for that.

What is this cream you speak of? I have tried Armourall but all it did was make my knob shine like a LED torche. Also tried cut and polish, it at least got rid of the wrinkes



Well I was thinking of spanish fly... but to each their own. :-)
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