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kevyo89

posted on 15/1/19 at 11:01 PM Reply With Quote
Kit car coilovers

I got these with the unfinished project that I recently purchased but I picked up a set of GAZ shocks instead.

These seem to be in really good nick. In fact, I am not sure if these havr ever even seen the road. A good clean and think they'd come up in brand new condition. The anodised tops are unmarked and the pistons look like they've never been moved really.

I reckon these were bought new and fitted to a car that was never finished before selling on.

Everything moves freely and seals look good. I'm happy to take better pics for any prospesctive buyer.

150 (can post anywhere in UK or Ireland)



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jps

posted on 16/1/19 at 08:48 AM Reply With Quote
Do you know the open and closed lengths and the spring poundages?
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kevyo89

posted on 16/1/19 at 09:24 AM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by jps
Do you know the open and closed lengths and the spring poundages?


I am not sure about spring rates. With regards to open and closed lengths, I can find out. Do I just wind the spring seats right down to the bottom and measure from eye to eye?

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kevyo89

posted on 16/1/19 at 09:26 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by jps
Do you know the open and closed lengths and the spring poundages?


I am not sure about spring rates. With regards to open and closed lengths, I can find out. Do I just wind the spring seats right down to the bottom and measure from eye to eye?

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jps

posted on 16/1/19 at 09:59 AM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by kevyo89
quote:
Originally posted by jps
Do you know the open and closed lengths and the spring poundages?


I am not sure about spring rates. With regards to open and closed lengths, I can find out. Do I just wind the spring seats right down to the bottom and measure from eye to eye?


I've never done it myself but would assume the spring needs to come off to measure the closed length (yes -lengths are eye-to-eye and you will the shortest possible measurement if you remove the bump stop). I understand there are some standard lengths that tend to be produced - Matt @ Procomp recently(Nov last year) linked to an image of a standard lengths table here:
https://www.facebook.com/Procomp-motorsport-376574512390043/

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Aj2019

posted on 17/4/19 at 02:00 PM Reply With Quote
Hi they still for sale cheers
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kevyo89

posted on 18/4/19 at 09:44 AM Reply With Quote
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Hi they still for sale cheers


Sorry they're sold

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