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    astra `bad road package`suspension?

    astra model year 2000 `bad road package`?


    anyone know of the the mark 4 astra vauxhall supplied`bad road package` upratedsuspension for model year 2000 (1.4envoy)
    part numbers;
    Front springs: 9194840
    Front shock absorbers: 93170465 / 93170466

    Rear shock absorbers: 72119073 (2 required)

    Rear springs: 9118378


    what is the difference between these and standard items?


    any pictures or where they are available

    thanks

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    They are designed to run at the same height as your standard springs, but are alot stronger & stiffer in order to compensate for continuous driving over rough terrain.

    ideal in an astravan that carries full loads every day.

    £250 for rear, and £277 for front on a 2.0dti sportive mk4. incl VAT
    todays rates 10/04/12

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    To be honest, I dont know why all astras didn't come with them, standard springs for the hatch are utter s**t
    Only a fool would take anything I say seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ste_van_2.0dti View Post
    They are designed to run at the same height as your standard springs, but are alot stronger & stiffer in order to compensate for continuous driving over rough terrain.

    ideal in an astravan that carries full loads every day.

    £250 for rear, and £277 for front on a 2.0dti sportive mk4. incl VAT
    todays rates 10/04/12
    Thanks that was very useful
    : )

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    they were often fitted to police spec models

    these bad road models also usually had additional underbody protection panels like sump guards, full engine bay under protection and fuel rail/brake line protection covers (which i happen to be selling haha)

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    Quote Originally Posted by GB View Post
    they were often fitted to police spec models

    these bad road models also usually had additional underbody protection panels like sump guards, full engine bay under protection and fuel rail/brake line protection covers (which i happen to be selling haha)
    Yes spot on
    As mine is an ex police car (not patrol car ) and had a heavy rear lpg tank in the back plus dusc brakes all round and soort seats

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    Sorry disc brakes and sport seats

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