Good point about matching at 4 corners, Markus. Depending what I'd get tagged for labor, particularly if all 4 coils, it probably only makes sense to install 'new' cuz shipping costs to Rhode Is... might wipeout even my false
"very stiff in cornering and smooth in ride quality
" still sounds better than what I get now w/ my @200K mile springs. Though I was also curious if somebody knew whether the euro-gen2 SEC setup offered any unique "secret-sauce
" that might make it interesting to drive on awhile - even as a band-aid? Or were these interchangeable W126 parts between the heavier engine 420 & 500's? For all i know, the 380's coulda shared the same suspension.
I'm just trying to solve an immediate drivablity curse in the rear, and save bucks to apply toward tranny issues next. I have seen other posts here where drivers didn't seem to notice problems with their coils till well
past the 200K-plus mark, tho often times those were diesels they were talking about.
How many miles on your euro-300 Markus?
So are all 4 springs available anyway xtcbytes ?? Heck, I'll at least buy the wood shift knob - if it's not already spoken for
My zip is 02871 for shipping-calc.