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Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: United Kingdom
Re: Clonkity Clonk !!
Hi, got your PM, you mention you have a lowering kit fited and that the problem wasn't there before hand. Some questions first and then some thoughts on the trouble.
Is it a saloon or sportswagon? If saloon, did they refit the top wieghts? They didn't want to as that prevents you geting the shock top nut back on the rear shock in safety. Remove the wieght disc and tighten the nut back down.
Otherwise my other probable thought is that the spring is not sat on the shock or in the top boot correctly, The spring can slip when your raising the shock into position.
Now all that said, it could also be someting as simle as a stone in the shock/spring or a faulty shock itself.
As you say you may be in the area, why not pop round and I'll see if I can narrow it down for you.