Eibach springs for 5ktq...

Grant Lenahan glenahan at vfemail.net
Wed Apr 23 15:46:22 PDT 2008

Be "wary wary careful" of any of the consumer grade adjustables.  
Nonlinear horrors, in general.
Better set once right than many times wrong.

On Apr 21, 2008, at 5:44 PM, Cody Forbes wrote:

> Ben Swann wrote:
>> The Koni's are not as harsh as the Bilstiens.  I have not compared
>> the setup of Bilstien with Eibach vs. Koni with Eibach, and this is
>> more of a comment based on Bilstien with H&R vs. Eibach with Koni.
>> So maybe more like an apples to oranges comparison.
>> I'd go with the Konis and Eibachs - at least in the rear for the
>> adjustability.
> Ah, but these aren't adjustable spring perches just adjustable  
> dampening
> rates and you've got to take the spring off the damper in order to  
> adjust
> them. Not very realistic to adjust very often.
>> You did not ask me about my Jimi Hendrix experience, but I'll tell
>> you anyway, because it is relevant.  ....
>> pitch dark and no visability and the storm was not letting up.  I got
>> out and was instantly soaked - reached under the rear fender and
>> found as I suspected - no clearance between the tire and the fender.
>> What happened?
> Ha, yeah I remembered you telling the list about that a while ago,  
> good
> stuff!
> -Cody
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