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disco 2 front coil springs

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by discodrivercumbria, May 7, 2018.

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  1. discodrivercumbria

    discodrivercumbria Well-Known Member

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    going to change the front springs, just want a straight swap, no lift, no heavy duty etc, just general road springs, any suggestions and where from!
     
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    Bantam1 Well-Known Member

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    Why are you changing front springs?
    Are they broke?
    Reason I ask is I am thinking of a 2" lift kit DA5008, which is road bias.
     
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    Got mine from Island-4x4. Standard springs all around after I removed the OME ones. It was interesting to note that my V8 sits slightly higher than my colleague’s TD5 and his were changed a week before I did mine.
     
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    300bhp/ton Well-Known Member

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    Check out Flatdog springs. They offer some options and high quality springs.
     
  5. discodrivercumbria

    discodrivercumbria Well-Known Member

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    drivers side sits down lower than pass side, sagged with age,
     
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    Bantam1 Well-Known Member

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    Thought it may have been weak but for other reasons.
    Mine is awful over some speed bumps. Almost feels like the springs are bottoming out.
    Even the van drives better over same speed bumps.
     
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