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Old 06-04-2010, 12:36 AM   #1
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Question Inner diameter of Tein SS coilover spring

Does anybody know the inner diameter of the spring on Tein SS coilovers for an e46?
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Old 06-04-2010, 01:05 AM   #2
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Last time I called TEIN they told me they were not going to make the TEIN super street for the E46. Try calling them.
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I already have them, I'm just trying to order camber plates and thought maybe one of the sponsors would know
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One last bump before I stop being lazy and try to call somebody that knows
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Why do you need to know anyways?

And they do make them...............
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I should have specified, they dont make it for my '00 sedan. I have talked to TEIN numerous times about that.
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Why do you need to know anyways?

And they do make them...............
I'm looking to order camber plates from GC and they have 4 different options that depend on the inner spring diameter.

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I should have specified, they dont make it for my '00 sedan. I have talked to TEIN numerous times about that.
They make them. I have Tein SS coilovers on my 2000 323i that were bought from Modbargains.com. Do you have an Xi or something?
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I should have specified, they dont make it for my '00 sedan. I have talked to TEIN numerous times about that.
http://www.modbargains.com/_e/E46_Su...es_Not_M3_.htm
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Does anybody know the inner diameter of the spring on Tein SS coilovers for an e46?
Answer is on their website. You need to have adobe to read it http://www.tein.com/tech_info/inst/kg72u.pdf
page 9
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Tein emailed me back finally, the inner diameter is 65mm.

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Answer is on their website. You need to have adobe to read it http://www.tein.com/tech_info/inst/kg72u.pdf
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I'm guessing the circle with a diagonal line through it is a sign for I.D.? I didn't know that.
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