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2010 Volkswagen Beetle Lowering Springs

Get the looks and handling you always wanted with a set of 2010 Volkswagen Beetle Lowering Springs.
2010 Volkswagen Beetle    Pro-Kit Performance Lowering Springs

2010 Volkswagen Beetle Pro-Kit Performance Lowering Springs

 (8567.140)
Fitment: Pro-Kit Lowering Springs Fit 2010 Volkswagen Beetle Incl. 1.8-Turbo, 1.9-TDI & Sport
 MSRP: $380.99 - Just: $253.99 Set of 4
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2010 Volkswagen Beetle   4 Cyl, Turbo H&R Sport Lowering Springs

2010 Volkswagen Beetle 4 Cyl, Turbo H&R Sport Lowering Springs

 (29489)
Fitment: H&R Sport Lowering Springs Fit 2010 Volkswagen Beetle 4 cyl, Turbo
 MSRP: $329.00 - Just: $239.99 Set of 4
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2010 Volkswagen Beetle   Tdi H&R Sport Lowering Springs

2010 Volkswagen Beetle Tdi H&R Sport Lowering Springs

 (29489-2)
Fitment: H&R Sport Lowering Springs Fit 2010 Volkswagen Beetle TDI
 MSRP: $329.00 - Just: $239.99 Set of 4
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2010 Volkswagen Beetle Cabrio   H&R Sport Lowering Springs

2010 Volkswagen Beetle Cabrio H&R Sport Lowering Springs

 (29489-3)
Fitment: H&R Sport Lowering Springs Fit 2010 Volkswagen Beetle Cabrio
 MSRP: $329.00 - Just: $239.99 Set of 4
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2010 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible   Pro-Kit Performance Lowering Springs

2010 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible Pro-Kit Performance Lowering Springs

 (8567.140)
Fitment: Pro-Kit Lowering Springs Fit 2010 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible
 MSRP: $380.99 - Just: $253.99 Set of 4
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Questions and Answers about Lowering Springs

Q: How much can I lower my car?

A: This depends on how much gap you have between the top of the tire and your fender lip. It is best to measure this before you choose the level of drop.

Q: Do I need new shocks or struts when I add Lowering Springs to my car?

A: If your stock shocks /struts are in good working order it is not necessary to change them.

Q: Will I lose some ride comfort when I add Lowering Springs?

A: Yes you will lose a little ride comfort but the gain in handling will far outweigh the loss in ride comfort.

Q: What brand of lowering springs should I add if I do not road race or track my car and just want the lower look?

A: We recommend the DropZone springs for this type of customer.

Q: I want to track my car on weekends but I still want a comfortable ride what brand spring should I use?

A: You are safe with any of the lowering kits from Eibach, Tein or B&G. They are all designed and engineered for this type of use.

Q: Do I need a camber Kit when I add lowering springs to my car?

A: Most cars are safe with a 1.5 inch to 2 inch drop without the need of a camber kit. Camber Kit use also depends on the vehicles level of suspension adjustment.

 

 
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