Quote, originally posted by chwmy » please do not pay them any more money to adjust your shocks. for the fronts, just turn your steering wheel all the way in the direction of the side you are going to adjust: you can then slip your hand between the wheel and the front fender to reach the knob. as you know, it is at the bottom of the strut, and is covered by a rubber cap that you do not remove.
that will happen regardless of the height with this kit. a zip tie will do it. fwiw, the abs harness is pricey, so they probably erased their profit with that error. [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] to them for fixing it without argument.
awesome review! i have had mine in for about 9 months, and have loved every minute of it.
Modified by chwmy at 5:59 PM 4-23-2008
thanks man!! So, far the shop has made all adjustments for free, so I can't complain. I have been taking my R32 (as well as my previous GTi) to this particular shop for about as long as I have lived in CA. A bit over 7 years. So, I know the guys over there and they treat me right. They even told me to bring it back in about another month for a final check-over and alignment.
They probably did eat their profit by having to repair the ABS unit, but maybe some folks here on the 'tex will decide to get their install done there and they can make it up. They are an official Bilstein reseller and they price seemed to be in line with other places I looked at.
If you do, ask for Greg and tell them Paul sent you.