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Anyone have a list of rear spring pad height and part #?(nt)

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by one, two and three dots respectively incused in the rubber. Most US cars have the 3 dot pads.

Mike

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I think the 3 dots are the only ones that are available new. -j

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I've never tried it. For some reason I don't think it would work. I have heard of people using the front strut aluminum spacer on top of the rear shock's rubber spacer to add height. -J

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i was going to use the top (thin) rubber ring on the bottom to lower the car (#1s are nla) and low and behold- the center hole is a different size. Top is larger so the bottom ones won't fit up there.

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I HAVE 0,1,2,3 DOT PADS 4 sale email ME bmw2002@earthlink.net

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they are not cheap - 10-15 pounds each depending on the number of dots. Also have 2nd hand, but when I tried for 2 & 3 dot I lucked out.

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