DB9 Top Gear Track
AO Silver Member
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: United Kingdom
County: East Sussex
If you're able to fit them yourself I'd say they're worth a go, after all what the worst that can happen?
If you're paying someone to do it that's a slightly different matter. A garage will charge the same regardless of the source of the parts, that's if you can find a garage willing to fit customer supplied parts, which of course they won't guarantee.
The job is doable on the drive with a good selection of sockets, spanners, ball joint splitters ect. The lower wishbones are a pig to get lined up, easier if you're willing to lower the subframe.
I did my uppers/lowers last spring with an eBay set (not quite as cheap as those linked to above), 16 months and 20,000 miles later they're still fine.
All the best
Loose - not close, compact, or tight in structure or arrangement
Lose - to part with or come to be without, as through theft, accident, negligence, etc.