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What is the best deal on a set of Eibach springs for C203?

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Will appreciate any advice on where to buy them. TIA.<br><br>
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Beng
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HT, I am here in Vancouver, BC, Canada. You are located in Canada also, right?
HT, still waiting for your response.
TireRack.com sells them at a really good price.
Thanks Frank. What is the verdict here? Shall I go Eibach or H&R (OE Sports)

to get about 1-inch drop without sacrificing comfort too much? I want to retain the ride comfort on my C320.<br>
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People have been telling me Eibach springs are progressive (versus linear in the case of H&R), therefore will give a better ride. However, others have said to the contrary. Now I am not sure what to use. I have no personal experience with these aftermarket springs.<br>
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Your advice will be most appreciated. TIA.<br>
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Beng<br>
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Yes Eibachs are definitely softer, hence the better ride..

I've used both several times on different cars and am 100% sure of the difference.<br> <br> The only thing I don't like about Eibach is that it lowers the front more than the rear giving the car a sloped look. Thicker pads up front should even it out a bit.
Also, another thing I heard about some Eibach installations....

they tend to sag after some time and end up being lower than what was intended. Anybody encountered such problems?<br>
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Beng
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