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    Thread: Help needed... Will pay good money

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      09-22-2012 03:42 AM #1
      I need someone to install my Bilstein PS9 Coilovers for me on my 03 GTI VR6.

      willing to offer up $150 bucks .. should only take an hour or two tops..

      I'm in Ktown.

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      09-23-2012 03:02 AM #2
      Is that a fair offer?

      would like to think so..

      let me know..

      need to get this done, asap

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      09-28-2012 07:23 AM #3
      If you were in Graf of at least a little closer I would help...I took me a couple of days to put the PSS9's in my 04 .:R and it was more of an adventure than I thought it was going to be... Did you get new strut mount bushings and bearings too?

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      09-29-2012 03:43 PM #4
      Doing coilovers all around will take much longer than an hour or two. Even if everything goes perfectly--and let's face it, it never, ever does!--it would still take longer than that.
      Also, as Semper mentioned, new bushings/bearings are a good idea.
      150 bucks isn't bad. Maybe add a 6-pack for them.
      Also, definitely check your alignment afterward...Good luck, man!

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      10-04-2012 10:18 AM #5
      it's pointless to do a alignment right afterwards. give it a month or two, to allow the suspension to settle.

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