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Old 03-06-2016, 09:23 PM   #1
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RSK adjustable coilovers?

Is anyone running these or heard of anyone using these? I can't find a whole lot of information about them. I see that they go for like 200 dollars more on Amazon. I was looking at FK's, but these are 100 dollars cheaper. At that price I have to start questioning quality. But they say they are stainless and zinc coated which is a plus for someone living in the northern portion of the country.

Here is a link to the ebay listing: LINK

I know I shouldn't make judgements based on pictures, but they look decent and pretty similar to the FK's, if not identical.



Anyone have any information on these?
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Is anyone running these or heard of anyone using these? I can't find a whole lot of information about them. I see that they go for like 200 dollars more on Amazon. I was looking at FK's, but these are 100 dollars cheaper. At that price I have to start questioning quality. But they say they are stainless and zinc coated which is a plus for someone living in the northern portion of the country.

Here is a link to the ebay listing: LINK

I know I shouldn't make judgements based on pictures, but they look decent and pretty similar to the FK's, if not identical.

Anyone have any information on these?

I looked at them....

The Only way to keep sub $500 dollar coilovers from bouncing in the rear is to either not buy them, or never install the supplied poor quality rear shocks that come with the kit. Then buy a pair of high quality rear shocks (I can recommend several) that will fix this problem.



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