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Evening all

having nearly a year of little landy fun due to house move and other bits and pieces I decided to treat the disco to new springs and dampers.

I have added a lot of weight (to the car!) over the years with HD bumpers, diff guards, winch etc and things were very low. I sat my disco along side a mate's who just had new standard springs and it looked tiny! Probably about 3 to 4 inches lower at the front.

So I had heard good things about the bearmach blue and I've fitted a set of those. BA2104 and BA2103.

The car sits a little higher. A lot less nose heavy at the front as it used to look like a dragster! Looking from the rear it looks like the right rear is slightly lower than the left. It isn't that noticeable looking side on.

Anyone have any ideas why that would happen? Do they have a L/R position?


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The rears were longer than the fronts, but both fronts and rears were the same size respectively. Almost certain.

I had read that some do have a different length for left and right.

The springs weren't progressive, but do you think it makes a difference which way up they go?

Never fitted new springs before so perhaps I've missed something obvious? It's more that the right rear is low, rather than the right rear being higher.


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