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    I've searched & searched...

    Can someone please help?

    I'm wondering do Saloon/coupe springs, fit Estate?

    I'm talking about a 1999, 2.0 DTi.

    Been offer some -40mm springs for a bargin, and well, I wanna know if they'll fit.

    I understand they might be a bit more "bouncy" due to the weight... but do they fit?

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    Its all down to the weight of the car. But i dont see why not. somebody in the know will correct me.
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    Anyone out there fancy answering this question?


    I find it very hard to get srpings for an estate, whereas saloon and coupe springs are like pennies... their everywhere.

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    Anyone?
    I suspect the fronts will be the same?
    But what about the rears?

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    They all physically fit, its just making sure the axle weights match.

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