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getting a deal on these Vogtland coilovers...I rode in the guys car and none of the coilovers are blown....what do you think about the condition of these coilovers by the photos...he says about 40,000km on them..on a scale out of 10(10 being mint) how would you rate the condition?..
.Never banned but came very close..three times
I think he is about 40-50k on them.
Personally i would not buy second hand suspension. And Vogtland are quite harsh on the road. I would rather get some Bilsteins and some eibach springs. If you are looking for cheap way to lower your car i think it would be best to just get a new kit from a cheap brand. Three things i always spent the maximum amount of money i can is Tyres-Brakes and suspension. So no second hand stuff unless i really know who had them.
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