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Lowering an Alfa GT 1.9D

Does anyone know which springs will be compatible (i.e. 147, 156 etc) or do I need to specifically look for GT lowering springs?

My reason is ebay seems to have mostly 147 springs and not many that are labelled specifically for the GT 1.9d

Any help would be much appreciated
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Re: Lowering an Alfa GT 1.9D

i can only conclude from the Eibach website


so can't speak from experience, or whether this applies to other brands of spring.

but eibach list the same part numbers for the 156 (sedan or SW), 1.6-2.0L, as the GT 1.9JTD.

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Re: Lowering an Alfa GT 1.9D

Does the blackline have lower springs? It would be nice if there were some OEM springs we could use - I would also quite like to lower my GT JTD...
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Re: Lowering an Alfa GT 1.9D

yeah - it could do with a few mm off it i reckon - does look a bit too high imo
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