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Old 03-16-2006, 08:22 AM   #1
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exc. sport suspension? w/sport suspension ?

Hey guys,
so im on my rampage again, the shocks in the car are feeling a tad bit stiff, and the car itself has high k's and i was looking in the service history of the car, and to what i have found, the shocks were never replaced.....

I then went onto the computer to price myself out a set of monroe senstrac shocks, and shock mounts all the way around, my price isnt all that bad, and if i do get them from my work, lifetime warantee
so as i opened up the screen, it gave me a whole whack load of shocks and to my surprise, the cost of the shocks with "sport" suspension was actually lower in cost then the regular one ? now this might be a newb question (i hope im forgiven since i am still a bimmer newb) but wouldnt it be more expensive for the sport suspension as opposed to the non- sport suspension ? and what would be the difference ? ( i wish we kept these in stock, but like anywhere else, why would you keep stock on something you dont sell often ?)

Thanks in advance for all your input
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Old 03-16-2006, 11:10 AM   #2
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Usually when the shocks are worn out- your suspension feels too soft...not too stiff...
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