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    Question for coilover users

    just wondering something, i work in the car insurance buisiness and know for a fact a lot of companies dont cover cars with coilovers they usualy just have options like "suspension lowered <5cm" etc

    but when you check the list of modifications coilovers are usualy on the no-go list.

    So just interested if everyone is with companies like adrian flux or are some of the other big companies overing coilovers?

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    dont know what flux's rules are on it but i list coilovers when i get a quoate and make sure they are down as coilovers on the modification sheet they send out for you to fill in and iv never had any problems with them.

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    i guessed it wouldnt really be a problem with them but that is their specialist area, but was just interested to see if people actually had coilovers down on there not just lowered suspension as it could catch people out.

    Was just considering for what i do in the future because i cant get any quotes that are anywhere near what i am willing to pay from flux but cant get cover for coilovers with the cheaper companies

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