shipping is only 27$...not bad
And warranty might be void only if u break your suspension and they find out it is not stock. [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
MagyarCC, I installed the springs myself over the weekend and it was a big PITA. Not so much the rear (there is only one bolt that you need to remove) but the fronts took like 5-6 hours. I mean if you have all the tools than it would be much easier, because at times I had to use some creative engineering If you have the time and patients to do it, than its worth it.
So I saw a combo on one of these posts that sounds like what I was planning on - 19x8.5 235/XX front 19x9.5 rear with 245/35 tires with a front/rear offset of 35. Going to drop with Neuspeed springs. what would be the best sidewall for the fronts? Any thoughts would be helpful. This thread has been very informative
2010 VW CC 2.0T Sport MT, Metallic Black/Black Interior
Current: Euroswitch, Disabled DRLs, Euro Window Mod, Rear Fogs, Smoked Turns, Monster Mats, LED interior/trunk lighting, LED plate lighting, R-Line style smoked tails (film), 4300K HID kit, 35% tint, PlastiDipped grill frame,H&R Sport Springs. Future:Footwell lighting,APR ECU upgrade, MDI.
Quote, originally posted by cwwiii » Will I have any problems with my VR6 Sport w/ 18" Interlagos wheels with 235/40/18R tires if I decide to go with the H&R Sport springs??
I had the same setup and it was perfectly fine. H&R Springs are a two plus finger gap in between the tire and the car. I currently have H&R Coilovers which lowers a lot more and still fine.
w/o spacers they will fit no problem... well with 225's.
Quote, originally posted by Veedubin02 » I think I like them better than the MB reps, if they fit they stay, I am just worried about the 35mm offset with the 8.5inch wide wheels. Right now I am running same width but 45mm offset.