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[Steering & Suspension] Cheapest place for coil springs
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Has anyone got any links of details of wheres best to get good brand coil spring from at good prices. Local autofactors round here should all wear masks!
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I don't know your location,but GSF do good parts at good prices.They do a postal service & I can recommend them.Very knowledgeable staff as well.
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(21-03-2012, 09:05 PM)ron Wrote:  I don't know your location,but GSF do good parts at good prices.They do a postal service & I can recommend them.Very knowledgeable staff as well.

Ron, can you give us a link for them, please? Ooh don't worry I got 'em!! http://www.gsfcarparts.com/
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Thanks, registered on their site to have a look but won't allow me to log in???
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(22-03-2012, 09:06 AM)800HDI Wrote:  Thanks, registered on their site to have a look but won't allow me to log in???

I have no idea what fool designed GSF's website, but it is a true abberation. I gave up using them because of it.

Anyway, http://www.aepdirect.com are pretty good too..



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(26-03-2012, 06:46 PM)mikep1973 Wrote:  I have no idea what fool designed GSF's website, but it is a true abberation. I gave up using them because of it.

Anyway, http://www.aepdirect.com are pretty good too..

Thats a good site except their car selector drop down doesn't work.

I agree about GSF. I used to like them and I'll still go to their local depot but I gave up using their website when you had to register just to see their catalogue. They must have lost loads of private sales.
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(26-03-2012, 07:28 PM)crickleymal Wrote:  
(26-03-2012, 06:46 PM)mikep1973 Wrote:  I have no idea what fool designed GSF's website, but it is a true abberation. I gave up using them because of it.

Anyway, http://www.aepdirect.com are pretty good too..

Thats a good site except their car selector drop down doesn't work.

I agree about GSF. I used to like them and I'll still go to their local depot but I gave up using their website when you had to register just to see their catalogue. They must have lost loads of private sales.

Weird, it works for me, I just ordered a pair of springs for my 2.0HDi!

My nearest GSF is 15 miles away and never has anywhere near to park there, which is a shame really. For me, it's easier just to use AEP now. I've had loads of Citroen bits from them, never had a problem.
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Have you tried Eurocarparts ?
Not used them for lingo but found them knowledgeable and helpful with other marques .
They usually have more than one option , ie cheap n cheerful , middle of road or branded :thumbsup:
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(26-03-2012, 07:40 PM)nil by mouth Wrote:  Have you tried Eurocarparts ?
Not used them for lingo but found them knowledgeable and helpful with other marques .
They usually have more than one option , ie cheap n cheerful , middle of road or branded :thumbsup:

I use them but they also have another site carparts4less which is virtually identical but cheaper bizarrely.
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(26-03-2012, 07:40 PM)nil by mouth Wrote:  Have you tried Eurocarparts ?
Not used them for lingo but found them knowledgeable and helpful with other marques .
They usually have more than one option , ie cheap n cheerful , middle of road or branded :thumbsup:


Last few times I've used them, they have cheap or OEM quality, but they ain't cheap anymore when you're getting the good gear.

Saying that though, they are when they have a promo on.

On a separate note, these seem quite cheap for QH drop links

https://secure.directcarparts.co.uk/prod...-link.html

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