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    nemo me impune lacessit Kris Clewell's Avatar
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    Is anyone interested in a suspension trade?

    I have konis, and would like to move to bilsteins. I'm not sure what the values on this thing is, but just putting a feeler out there for a swap. let me know, thanks guys!

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    Kris,

    Lil Blu is the car your wanting them for???
    Can I ask why you are changing from your Koni's as well ??

    I only inquire because you car appears to have a good stace but maybe over "castered" front end.

    Sheessus I dont know ,, I just keep looking at it. Very nice understood 72.


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    I just want to get the knuckles moved, and want to start with bilsteins. I'd just prefer the bilsteins over the Konis. The car is heading to the alignment shop when the salt is gone... the front sits ok, might be the angle of the lens.

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    I am still trying to get these 225's to fit, though thats not why I would be swapping
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    last try. no one wants konis?
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    Kris, are you running 225's on all 4 corners?
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    Kris,

    You may just have to bite the bullet and buy the necessaries and sell off the "take off's"

    Swapzees have caught nothing in the net.

    ps, how long has the 'clunk' in the right rear been a feature
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    Quote Originally Posted by nckzck View Post
    Kris, are you running 225's on all 4 corners?
    Yes, but havent driven it on road yet. We'll see how it goes!

    Quote Originally Posted by NZVW View Post
    Kris,

    You may just have to bite the bullet and buy the necessaries and sell off the "take off's"

    Swapzees have caught nothing in the net.

    ps, how long has the 'clunk' in the right rear been a feature
    Im not familiar with any clunks.... yet.
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    My mistake, you obviously keep your car just too clean and shiny when not on long distant road trips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZVW View Post
    My mistake, you obviously keep your car just too clean and shiny when not on long distant road trips.

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    To be honest I hate washing cars. But there’s a difference for me between neglect and road patina.
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