Lowering Springs don't sit right

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Re: Lowering Springs don't sit right

Post by Rotary Potato » Fri May 19, 2017 5:48 pm

LC Rotary wrote:the 3 hours labour was a quote to fit new springs
however after see this I am more than happy to change the springs free of charge.
we should have seen they where not right and I'm more than happy to sort the problem.
please bear in mind we did not supply the part they where all second hand.
many thanks Lewis
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