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Old 12-14-2013, 10:47 PM   #1
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local shop to install lowering springs... BMW x5

I am looking for a shop to install some lowering springs on an 08 bmw x5... Springs in the front and lowering links in the rear.

Any idea whats a fair price... rear install is fairly quick.

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Old 12-15-2013, 11:10 AM   #2
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Why not just call some shops around your area.
I'm sure you will not find any shops that have lowered an X5 before because its not a common vehicle to lower.

I would say it would be a 3 hour (ish) job to do the install and road test. You should also get an alignment after the road test to make sure everything it good to go.

I think Evolution is in that area. They may be able to help you out and they are a good bunch of guys there.
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Which make springs did you buy for the x5? And if their h&it's, what's the model number?
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Which make springs did you buy for the x5? And if their h&it's, what's the model number?
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I have the h&r 1.2 front kit with the adjustable links in the rear.

I think I sent you a pm on the x5 boards a couple weeks ago... your user name sounds familiar.
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