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  • Spax shocks + 2" springs

    hi, i'm thinking of buying a spax shock absorber because when i received my -2 "springs the car bounced a lot on the potholes. Has anyone tried those shocks with these springs? if anyone has a second hand spare part i would also be interested because in ebay cost 400€.. Thank you

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    As you have lowered the car by 2 inches it will bounce about anywhere you go
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      it does not bounce with a shock with the harder recoil. I have mounted an adaptation of a golf 2 koni with the maximum setting of hard and it behaves very well. the problem is that it is not specific to montego. So I want to know if someone has tried it. thanks for answering jeff

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        Originally posted by Juanmacandel View Post
        it does not bounce with a shock with the harder recoil. I have mounted an adaptation of a golf 2 koni with the maximum setting of hard and it behaves very well. the problem is that it is not specific to montego. So I want to know if someone has tried it. thanks for answering jeff
        I have not used Spax on a Montego, but they seemed to work well on Rover SD1 and Range Rover, I did not have them set to very hard, the sd1 was lowered and Shocks were set to 75% hard, which seemed to work well, the Range Rover was not lowered and they were set to 50% . I guess someone must have used them on Montego, but I don't know anyone that has.

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          Hello Doctor. do you think it's worth the price they have? Do you know if someone has a second-hand unit or an adjustable shock absorber in hardness? Thank you

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            [QUOTE=Juanmacandel;n331792]Hello Doctor. do you think it's worth the price they have? Do you know if someone has a second-hand unit or an adjustable shock absorber in hardness? Thank you[/QUOTE
            they do seem expensive, I don't know if there are any other choices that might be cheaper, it is a long time since I used them.. I guess someone on here might have a lowered Montego and may be able to give better advice, if you are on facebook it might be worth asking in the owners club group? https://www.facebook.com/groups/mandmoc/

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