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Suspension drop.
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Going to drop the rear of my Partner by 2 splines which should give me around 50mm / 2" drop.

Little unsure on the front, seen that people use the 306 suspension, can I just order the Peugeot 306 HDi 40mm drop springs or will I need the 306 shocks also?

Cheers
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Yes, you can use 306 springs directly on your shocks! Make sure you buy for Diesel ones.
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I am looking at a slight drop perhaps in the future...I have dropped cars before and always went with the Eibach Pro Kits...these may be of some interest to yourself....The one I'll be looking for my own van would be 
Eibach Pro Lowering Springs
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C


“The trouble with having an open mind, of course, is that people will insist on coming along and trying to put things in it.” 
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