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Old 06-08-2003, 07:19   #1 (permalink)
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Whiteline Suspension

Anyone here got the "sports pack" on their AU from whiteline??

from the measurements they provide its about a centimetre or so lower than standard tickford height

but for just springs and shocks $929 plus fitting seems a bit pricey, but if theyre good then maybe its worth it

anyone have any experience with these?
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Old 06-08-2003, 08:35   #2 (permalink)
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Heard good things about whiteline. Cant comment on that product but.



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Whiteline make an excellent product, firm but not uncomfortable

Whiteline also make sway bars and upper control arms both of which are very effective
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thanks guys, i know whiteline have a good name, i was already planning on getting one of their swaybars

just wanted to know from anyone who has this specific setup

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Mr Plow of the NSW Tickford Club had some issues with a Whiteline swaybar. Might be worth checking ou/
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$1000 for 10mm - give me $1000 and I'll get it to whatever height you want! lol.
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Where did you go to get the quote?
I see you live in the Shire and would like to ask if know of Selbys?
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The Whiteline suspension package uses KYB shockies.

I've used their springs and have both front and rear adjustable sway bars. The presentation of the springs I wasn't really impressed with to be blunt - the paintwork was very rough with lumps and imperfections all over (I hoped like buggery they weren't just some rusty old ones from a wrecker that had been resprayed). They worked fine tho.

The bars are fine as well - installing them isn't as straight forward as Whiteline would have you believe - a round file and regular file are needed to touch up a few things here and there (to do with the attachment brackets etc. - not the bars themselves). All in all tho the bars weren't a problem to install and also work fine.
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Mr Plow of the NSW Tickford Club had some issues with a Whiteline swaybar. Might be worth checking ou/
his problem involved an adjustable swaybar and the fact he had 18/19" rims

id just get the non-adjustable one so not a problem
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$1000 for 10mm - give me $1000 and I'll get it to whatever height you want! lol.
JC i started this thread before i found out about these "coil-over" beauties. game over!

p.s. $1000? i thought it was $1500 or werent you being specific?
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