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Old 02-25-2019, 04:43 PM
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Anybody know this 240??

Looking for the owner or info.. What they used or did to lower it and wheel /tire size....

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Old 02-26-2019, 10:25 PM
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that looks about like the same hight as the set of H&R springs i was running for a bit. as for the wheels maybe 16 or 17's. i ended up swapping them out for w126 springs cut to a slightly higher ride hight i found the H&R springs to be to soft for my taste they were basically the same as stock but lower. the w126 springs are much stiffer which helps me since i live in the mountains. if you are interested i still have the springs and the billstein part numbers for the B8 shocks with the lowered valving to work with the springs.
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Old 03-03-2019, 12:59 AM
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that looks about like the same hight as the set of H&R springs i was running for a bit. as for the wheels maybe 16 or 17's. i ended up swapping them out for w126 springs cut to a slightly higher ride hight i found the H&R springs to be to soft for my taste they were basically the same as stock but lower. the w126 springs are much stiffer which helps me since i live in the mountains. if you are interested i still have the springs and the billstein part numbers for the B8 shocks with the lowered valving to work with the springs.
Sure.. Shoot me a message with some more info...

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