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Lowering springs for mk1 berlingo..
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Just bought a 2002 berlingo 1.9d for rumbling about in, im after lowering it, can anyone recommend some half decent lowering springs that dont ride too badly? Not looking to be scraping the floor but not sure if the Eibachs will be enough at 25mm, or whether to go for the 35-40mm drop offered by PI or simillar! Feel free to post a pic on of how low yours is on what springs you have! The torsion bars are currently getting a good spray with wd on a daily basis!
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I think either the Eibachs or the H&R springs seem to be what most people go for, and I can reccommend Plusgas for the torsion bar, good stuff.
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