I'm wondering if I just got unlucky or if other people have had this issue. I ordered the coilovers in December 2018 and put them on the car in the spring of 2019 when I put the car back into summer mode. Everything was great, suspension felt super tight and the adjusted ride height was perfect (not slammed at all, finger width gap between the wheel and body).
Over the summer I maybe put 3000 miles on the car and then put the car back into winter mode, no track days, just normal driving with the occasional highway pull. The car pretty much sat all winter since I have a second car that I was using. When I put the car back into summer mode, I noticed the rear driver side spring had broke.
Whatever, it happens I guess and maybe it was defective. I called KW and to figure out the warranty claim since I'm the original purchaser of the product. No problems there, new spring was sent and that was that.
About a week later, I noticed a horrible clunk/ rattle from the rear passenger side. I took the wheel off, looked in and saw this spring had failed as well
Now I'm annoyed. These weren't exactly cheap and I thought I was buying something with quality. I called KW again and now I can't get an answer that the spring will be covered under warranty, even though there was no issue for the other spring.
Has anyone else experienced anything like this with KW? I find it hard to believe that this is normal for both to fail in a similar way with such low mileage (in my opinion).
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