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  1. Mister_Fatty

    E28 Bmw UK Turbo (7).png

    Been under the knife for a while, here's an old snap of My e28 when it was running.
  2. My beast is coming up to 14 years old with 66k on the clock. For its Birthday I'm going to overhaul the entire suspension setup as things are starting to feel a little tired. I'm going to do the overhaul in 2 stages, springs, shocks, top mounts, plates and dust covers etc. first, then when I've got the cash I'll do control arms, arb links, tie rods and bushes etc as they seem ok at the moment. Now to do springs, shocks and others bits like dust covers and spring plates etc the OE parts alone come to about £1800 front and rear (I'll post the part numbers and cost breakdown when I get near a computer later). I can get this down to about £1400 if I don't replace the springs. Do you think it's over kill to replace the springs as I've read somewhere springs should outlast 2-3 sets of shocks? Also, would it be best to do the front and rear shocks at the same time or could I get away with doing the front first then the rear few months later (200-400 miles)?
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