Date Added: Thursday 16 April, 2009
I haven't fitted them yet so a neither good nor bad review. Just a quick tip - the longer springs marked with an H at the end of the code printed on the coil are for the rears (H = hinten - german for behind) and the shorter ones with V at the end of the serial number are for the fronts (obviously) V=vorne.
Also - this is not a hard job at all so save yourself a lot of money and do it yourself. The satisfaction is well worth the additional effort and you don't need a huge array of tools - spring compressors (about £15) and ball joint separator (about the same). Just remember that if you are considering doing springs then look at the state of your shocks - if they might fail or you are thinking of upgrading anytime soon then do it all at the same time - it saves a whole lot of faff! Buy new shocker boots at the same time as your old ones will almost certainly be perished into about 20 litle rubber rings around the damper shaft.
When you separate the ball joint, be careful not to mess up the thread on the bolt or crap your pants when the two parts separate - it sounds like a gun!
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]