[DML] DMC Netherlands lowering springs and shock kit
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[DML] DMC Netherlands lowering springs and shock kit



I've decided to lower my DeLorean and change out the shocks in favor
of something that provides better performance. I drive my car hard and
I need a suspension that is firm, gives excellent road feel, and is
stable during very hard cornering.

I've looked at Houston's and Rob Grady's setups and I don't think they
are right for my car (although I am still considering the DMCH Eibach
springs). 

I was referred to Ed Uding's DMC Netherland site and their adjustable
power shocks (Article SB003) and lowering springs (Article VS004). 

http://www.dmc-service.nl

The shocks look very nice and the springs claim to be a bit stiffer
than the OEM ones. If I decide to go this route, I will either go with
the full DMC Netherlands kit, or a combination of Netherland shocks
and DMCH Eibach springs.

I'd love to hear some impressions from owners who are running this
setup on their car before I take the plunge. 

Jeremy Delaney
10842










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