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


I want to let you know that we are currently using the same shock and Eibach
spring setup as DMCH and at the same price. Our previous supplier raised
their price by seventy five percent when we went to re-order so we dropped
that supplier. Unfortunately there has been a price increase on these shocks
as well by the manufacturer but we are sticking with them because it's a
proven setup. This is the first I've heard of Ed's setup so I can't comment
on it's merit's but I can say if there is any warranty issues the customs
and freight situation would be complicated and very expensive. Just food for
thought but Ed's setup does at least sound interesting.

Rob Grady

P.J.Grady Inc. 

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Sent: Saturday, October 08, 2005 5:24 AM
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Subject: [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

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

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