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#1 Credit where credit due

Post by dal2.0litrefrogeye » Mon Apr 16, 2018 4:47 pm

I'm now getting to the point where I'm thinking about setting suspension and steering up , it's all on but far from being set up ,
Two years back I had Gaz Shocks build me a set of aluminium adjustable dampers with adjustable platform and this included the fronts too , the fronts only needing a low lb spring just to assist the torsion bars . Roll forward a year and I was ready to fit them . All fitted well . Then roll forward another year to now . The rears needed helper springs to stop the coil from falling out the cups . And I now realised the front springs were far to hard .300lb. And really I only needed 90 max .
A phone call to Gaz explaining where I was in my project and they swapped the front springs over free of charge . To a multi rate 40/90 lb and charged me half price for the rear helpers . Oh and I had a mini tour of factory which was very good if you like engineering oil smell .I do .
So even thought they have grown in size from the early days when I 1st started using them ( oh my cozie Capri :twisted: ) they've still got the personal touch
Its a way of life not a hobby

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#2 Re: Credit where credit due

Post by E600 » Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:18 am

Hi
I would second the above, helped me throughout the build of my XKER rear suspension for a very fair price, including swapping rear springs to get suspension fully sorted. An excellent company to deal with.

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