Arnott air springs
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    FRESHMAN ROVER
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    Arnott air springs

    Does anyone know if there is a UK supplier of these springs?
    Or do any of the US crew supply to the UK?
    Dave
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    Rover Renovations sends them to the UK I’m pretty sure. Try the link in my signature block.
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    Fix or upgrade your air suspension at Rover Renovations.

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    Recommend Rover Renovations, only took a few days to send to London.
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    Thats good news.
    My next question is which ones should I go for?
    I dont go offroad (got my 90 for that) I just use it on the road.
    I dont need extra lift. Just want better road performance, are the 3rd gen ones the best or would the 2nd gen be better?
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    If you are not going off road I would go with the Gen 2 springs. They have the crimp ring and the lifetime warrantee. Less money and still a GREAT product. If price is not a factor definitely go with the Gen 3s.
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    the GenIII's improve handling and durability, the GenII's just improve durability. If budget is a factor but you want the GenIII's I always recomend going with 4 bladders and saving up for the GenIII's. If you like the ride how it is and want better durability the GenII's are for you.

    ALL of our airsprings have a lifetime warranty.

    And thanks for the support guys..

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    yea go for shupack, he sends world wide, expl me, i got my gen 3 in one week and i live in Lithuainia
    RR se 2000 v8 4.0, Lpg conversion, arnotts gen 3, 2" lift/Bridgestoune Dueler D673 33"x12.5 r15 bmw steel wheels/T-MAX EW-12500 [HEAVY DUTY] winch http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2121042

    P.S. sorry for spelling and "broken" language

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    So Gen IIIs give better handling. Thats what I want.
    I will have to wait till the new year before doing this but I think thats the way to go.
    I think I will need them soon though, as when I got into work today the back end was quite low. the front was still in the top possition.
    I has been parked up at work for 6 weeks.
    Any idea on shipping costs to the UK?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lvdxd00
    So Gen IIIs give better handling. Thats what I want.
    I will have to wait till the new year before doing this but I think thats the way to go.
    I think I will need them soon though, as when I got into work today the back end was quite low. the front was still in the top possition.
    I has been parked up at work for 6 weeks.
    Any idea on shipping costs to the UK?
    first off all find out if theres any import taxes, cous in my country all stuf witch comes out EU is taxed, so ull have to count tax in price
    RR se 2000 v8 4.0, Lpg conversion, arnotts gen 3, 2" lift/Bridgestoune Dueler D673 33"x12.5 r15 bmw steel wheels/T-MAX EW-12500 [HEAVY DUTY] winch http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2121042

    P.S. sorry for spelling and "broken" language

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