M5Kid said:A coilover is an adjustable shock/spring setup, where the shock is mounted inside the spring. If you had your suspension replaced with Dinan's, then you would have the stock springs, shock/struts, and rear swaybar available.
pmarble said:I only need the rear coil springs. Do you have a price in mind? I think 4 new H&R coil springs are about $249. I also think I've seen 4 used M5 coil springs auction for anywhere from $50 - $100 on e-bay, but I'm not sure. Can please you tell me what you will take including shipping for just the two rear coil springs?
pmarble said:Thank you for your reply. $100 is the highest price I've ever seen (or can even imagine) for four (4) used coil springs.
I thought you might accept something less than $100 for all four. Certainly, $60 or $70 or maybe even $75 would be reasonable for four used coil springs.
Can you please reconsider and tell me the least amount you will take for the package of four including shipping?
pmarble said:You are correct! And I'm willing to pay $100 for all four, or $65 for the two rear springs, including shipping. My address is:
2451 Canyon Creek Road
Escondido, CA 92025
Shipping is expensive. UPS-ground shipping from Totonto to Escondido is about $2/pound. Two springs weigh about 12 pounds (6 pounds each without shock) so shipping is about $25. You pocket only $40. If you ship four, you are left with $50.
I didn't realize shipping would be this much. If you decide to do it anyway just to be nice, that would be great.....but I don't expect it.
You might re-post to find a local buyer in Toronto. If someone offers you $50 for four, you will save the hassle of packing and shipping. If you don't get any replies, you should then consider sending them to me.