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    Quote Originally Posted by Loxy View Post
    I got the FRSU first then added the springs later.

    I wasted a fair bit of money in labour costs doing it that way though as the FRSU needs setting up again when the car is lowered and there is a fair bit of labour duplicated in fitting the rear shims then rear springs later.

    It makes sense to get it all done at the same time if you plan to eventually put the springs on.
    Does it have to be done ? The frsu ? Or is eibach springs on new Sachs shocks ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urban0802 View Post
    Does it have to be done ? The frsu ? Or is eibach springs on new Sachs shocks ok?
    You'll need an alignment/tracking adjustment done after fitting new shocks/springs anyway, so the difference really is whether you also fit camber bolts and have them align it to the FRSU, or whether you settle for a standard configuration.
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    Cheers mate spent enough at the minute on full suspension on the front eibach springs cant afford it I'll just get regular wheel alignment if it's not a necessity

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