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Old 05-02-2018, 21:40   #1
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Suspension

Just back from a drive, Round a corner earlier at 40 ish not a sharp corner and then it felt like I had a puncture so pulled over no puncture, drive home and it strange the whole way, could be in my head.

Checked my suspension. Passengers side shock/spring arm goes from the hub straight up to the point where it fastens to the enginebay but on the drivers side it's at a slight angle???

To me it looks like my suspensions fooked but I've never even looked at them before but that doesn't seem normal at all.

Any help?

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Old 06-02-2018, 12:20   #2
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True, i'll upload some later

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If you are running standard springs, you may have cracked one of them. It's very common on the Leon. I cracked the front passenger spring on mine. I upgraded them with the Eibach lowering springs. I went for the Sportline ones as the Pro-kit wasn't going to make much of a difference looks-wise compared to the OEM springs.

Turns out I had also cracked a rear spring too and I only found out when it was removed. I've had the Eibach springs on it for 4 years now and they have been excellent.
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