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> Reinforced, vented, 5lug trailing arms with brakes, axles and spring/shocks
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post Nov 23 2021, 11:51 PM
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$950 obo for the whole set up; but I will separate it. I believe the brakes to be bmw front calipers. This came off a friends old 914/6 race car
Trailing arms with hubs and stubs $500
Brake calipers and disks $250
Shocks with springs $250
Axles $100

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post Nov 24 2021, 07:46 AM
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What's the spring rate on the rear struts?
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QUOTE(kkid @ Nov 24 2021, 05:46 AM) *

What's the spring rate on the rear struts?


Not sure I’ll see what I can figure out tonight
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QUOTE(garrettlee2 @ Nov 24 2021, 12:51 AM) *

$950 obo for the whole set up; but I will separate it. I believe the brakes to be bmw front calipers. This came off a friends old 914/6 race car
Trailing arms with hubs and stubs $500
Brake calipers and disks $250
Shocks with springs $250
Axles $100

Interested in the calipers and rotors. Shipping to 06084?

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post Nov 24 2021, 11:54 AM
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QUOTE(garrettlee2 @ Nov 24 2021, 09:10 AM) *

QUOTE(kkid @ Nov 24 2021, 05:46 AM) *

What's the spring rate on the rear struts?


Not sure I’ll see what I can figure out tonight


They look like 140lb. Measure the thickness of the coil.

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Looks like no hand brake right? Please confirm.
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Looks like no hand brake right? Please confirm.


Ya no hand brake
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Can the entire assembly bolt in?
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Can the entire assembly bolt in?


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Depends on what is on your car now. What year is your car and how is it used ?
I am helping Garrett figure out exactly what they are. Yes they will bolt on but it depends on what you have on the car now. You will be affecting both suspension and braking systems. The calipers on the arms are BMW 320i with 48mm pistons for vented rotors. They would require much larger front calipers to keep the brake bias to the front. Or the calipers could be used as front with vented rotors, or remove the spacers and use with solid rotors.
We think the stub axles are machined down 911 ones. Checking the diameter and hole size to see what CV's will match.
These shocks have heavier springs than stock. They would work better with a front sway bar of stiffer torsion bars on the front and with matching front Bilstiein strut inserts.

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