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Posted: Sun Aug 28, 2005 11:20 pm 
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do you guys deem this a fair price on parts supply.

whiteline s'lows $172 a pair = $348 cheapest I could find was $339.
and Whiteline on-line catalogue wont display an accurate item description.
It will in the pdf tho :roll:

Koni adjustables to suit - front = $538 x2
- rear = $352 x2

a total of $1238. springs and shocks supply only.

that a fair price or do you think I could get lower ? or better products.
Are Koni's worth paying that much ? maybe pedders stuff.
Also is the EF-EL V8 spring to suit XR's as well ? or not.

 

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Posted: Sun Aug 28, 2005 11:36 pm 
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Hve you checked the commercial sponsor for this sight. Am sure there is a suspension joint that does them on. Just a thought
Brett

 

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Posted: Sun Aug 28, 2005 11:40 pm 
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just thought of that brett. will have to post in the sponsor site bit if nobody notices this post.

 

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Posted: Sun Aug 28, 2005 11:49 pm 
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Go for the Koni's for sure!
They are well worth the extra money over cheaper brands.
The ride quality is never harsh, even when on the firmer settings.
Shop around you may find a better price for them.

The other bonus I discovered when I bought mine was the spring platform on the front strut was 3 way adjustable for ride height as well :D


Cheers,

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Posted: Mon Aug 29, 2005 12:01 am 
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I have the springs your after with the bilstein shocks, got them from our sponsor - high tek brakes in moorabbin, melbourne..

They were by FAR the best price, for memory i rem thinking there was no price diff. between the kings/whiteline springs, normally 105-110 bucks a pair, dont quote me as while ago, but close figures..

Give them a call, have chat to Cam and they are more than willing to have the parts posted up to you at next to no cost.
He reccomended my setup, i cant believe how good it is, still, and i cant stop showing/reccomending people how good it is for lowered car.

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Posted: Mon Aug 29, 2005 2:25 pm 
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Daniel wrote:
I have the springs your after with the bilstein shocks, got them from our sponsor - high tek brakes in moorabbin, melbourne..

They were by FAR the best price, for memory i rem thinking there was no price diff. between the kings/whiteline springs, normally 105-110 bucks a pair, dont quote me as while ago, but close figures..

Give them a call, have chat to Cam and they are more than willing to have the parts posted up to you at next to no cost.
He reccomended my setup, i cant believe how good it is, still, and i cant stop showing/reccomending people how good it is for lowered car.

Enjoy.


Can I ask what you paid for the Bilstein shocks? Cheers
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