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VL Berlina 5speed

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well after raising the vy ute from SSSL to standerd my old man agrees its way to high,
its a mountain goat

ive got the option of set of vt ss springs for free aslong as i have a set of springs for my mates vt for when/if he gets defected

my question is there actually any diffrence in the springs compression strength between a sedan and ute springs?
bassically it needs lowering but is it worth the effort putting only a set of fe2 in it?
or will the sedan springs be a weaker strength allowing it to sit a little lower?

from this


too this :(
 

CALAIS 6

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id put the old springs back in it doesnt look all that low looks good
 

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i think ssl is a good height not to low but low enough to look mint
 

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The fronts are the same, but the rears will be different. The ute springs are smaller. If yours is a V6 the fronts will be a different compression rate as well.
 
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