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    Ebay Coilover question

    I have a 92 MK2 gti, and I was curious if I could use the Ebay lowering Spring coilovers on it.
    They only make them for mk3 and up but I was wondering if I could use them anyway.
    Sorry for the N00b questions.
    Thanks!

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    Check Racelands. $369 for a set of coil overs...cant get cheaper than that
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    yes.... you indeed can...
    Don't spread misinformation, I helped a buddy install ground control coilover sleeves on a set of koni red's back in the day in his mk2 jetta..

    if they make them for mk3, they'll fit mk2, and mk1, and corrado, and passat.....

    is it worth it? probably not...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellCityDubber View Post
    yes.... you indeed can...
    Don't spread misinformation, I helped a buddy install ground control coilover sleeves on a set of koni red's back in the day in his mk2 jetta..

    if they make them for mk3, they'll fit mk2, and mk1, and corrado, and passat.....

    is it worth it? probably not...
    100% truth, they will "work" but you'll bounce like a chopped-spring-civic all day long, stuff like this you really do get what you pay for.
    buy nice,not twice
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