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Old 12-08-16, 21:20
Walski Walski is offline
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Default Re: T6 lowering

StancedUk. Like the fact they sort the air ride and the alloys at the same time.....good set of guys too.
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Old 20-08-16, 19:09
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Cool. Is it fitted and working now?
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Old 14-10-16, 21:40
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Default Re: T6 lowering

Just something I have picked up on and I might have completely the wrong end of the stick but when specing a new T6 with 18" wheels some of them require you to add upgrades to suspension, shocks and anti-roll bars. For all those adding bigger wheels / lowering etc is this something they need to worry about. With all the steering knocks identified on the T5 do you think VW know something we don't?? Be interested to know if anyone running these big wheels etc is asking for trouble further down the line.... guess only time will tell!
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Old 19-10-16, 18:32
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Old 24-10-16, 08:33
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Default Re: T6 lowering

Rumour has it, http://www.dubtvans.co.uk/news-our-views-rumours/, that VW Commercial Vehicles in Germany are saying that you shouldn't lower a T6 with DCC or ACC. To the point of if your dealer has already done it they should reverse it.

Can't find it on http://www.volkswagen-nutzfahrzeuge.de but a) didn't expect to and b) my German isn't that good.

For sure VW are bound to say that any kind of radical lowering is frowned on but I really can't see where 30 or 40mm would have such a detrimental affect. Indeed any lowering that still leaves the van riding within the std laden parameters has to be OK.

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Old 31-12-16, 14:56
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Are the T6 springs equal to the T5? Looking for Eibach 30 mm for my T6 with a 1550 kg front axle, and I'm wondering if the Eibach E10-85-013-01-22 will fit.
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