Rubbish, seems to be the general consensus. I'm running T4srus 85mm springs. They're very good, decent drop and ride, not expensive. Been on for more than 2 years, no problems. Bear in mind you'll also need shorter shocks to go that low T:
Rock and roll bed in the back and I'm building cabinets but not installed yet. So not a huge amount of weight. When I go camping and I have all my gear in there...awning etc, I use spring assisters. Never had any problems. I have Gaz adjustable short shocks.
I use to run the T4 r us 85mm springs, very good for the price. I also had a bed and ikea units, so not the lightest... i also used the spring assistors when fully loaded and they help alot, i also ran shorter shocks, but be prepared for a bouncy front end. I had to modify my bump stops on the front...
I changed to the CMC hd green springs, and they're not that good and i am thinking about going lower again soon, so probably end up going back to this set up
Hi I have just had some 40mm HandR springs fitted to my T5 and front is very much lower but back seems high still. There is a definite difference in levels. Is this normal?
I would point out it is a T5 LWB T30 but has T32 front suspension (for some reason)
I'm new to the scene and love a to that has minor play on the near side inner joint steering rack, it had work done on it a few years ago as there was a missing bolt so it failed the mother but since then there has always been play on the near side.... is this an easy fix? Will be checling for...
hi new to the forum and T4s
And i need help i have a knocking noise coming from the front passenger side
and you feel if in the floor with your feet
things i have replaced
top ball joint
bottom ball joint
track rod end
inner CV joint
anti roll barbushes
new v-maxx shocks all...
Need a new one, Just Kampers recon around £169 exchange, anybody used anyone else? Also both front upper suspension arm ball joints have slight play so I guess do these at the same time?
At least it passed 🤗