Golf Mk4 (1997-2005) 1.8, 1.9TDi 66 + 81 kW Manual, 1.9SDi, 2.0
Part Number: E8561-140
Front Lowering: 30mm
Rear Lowering: 30mm
Front Axle Weight: Up to 970kg
Rear Axle Weight: Up to 925kg
Top performance handling with excellent ride quality
Lower centre of gravity giving less lateral body roll and sharper turning
Progressive spring design
Precision tuned spring rates
Engineered and tested to work perfectly with stock dampers
Delivery Time: Usually 1 - 5 working days
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"Hey I'm thinking of lowering my MK4 Golf TDI 1.9 90BHP, I know these are the springs for it, but how will these springs do on standard shocks? will they be alright? Cheers, Kane"
"Thanks for your question. It will mainly depend on the spec of your VW Golf 4 and also how many miles your current shock absorbers have covered. As long as the mileage is still relatively low and with the Eibach Pro springs offering a subtle 30mm drop you should be fine fitting them with your standard shock absorbers. Fitting the Eibach Pro springs won't damage your shock absorbers but again depending on the spec and mileage covered, it can wear them out a little quicker then what it would do running standard springs with them."
"Im thinking of lowering my mk4 golf 1.9 pd130 & wondering if this would fit and my car covered 93k and thinkin of not changing the shock absorbers, would there be any problems ?"
"Thank you for your question. Yes I can confirm these EIbach Pro lowering suspension springs would fit your VW Golf Mk4 1.9TDi PD130 model but personally at that mileage, I would also recommend changing the shock absorbers at the same time."
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