Author Topic: Mk7 Golf OEM Driver Gear Springs  (Read 1320 times)

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witchcraftz

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Mk7 Golf OEM Driver Gear Springs
« on: Jul 23, 18, 08:53 »
I bought these under the impression it would work on the TDI but of course they didn't.
They've been barely used as I switched over to other springs shortly after.

These should fit any gas models including the GTI.

Part: 5G4071677E
Original Price $285 USD

Asking $250 CAD

604mkV

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Re: Mk7 Golf OEM Driver Gear Springs
« Reply #1 on: Jul 24, 18, 19:56 »
I have these on my MK7.5 GTI and they're fantastic option for those looking to retain their stock shocks. GLWS!

witchcraftz

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Re: Mk7 Golf OEM Driver Gear Springs
« Reply #2 on: Jul 30, 18, 10:06 »
Thanks! Hopefully someone can put these to good use instead of them just sitting in my Garage. :)

iljw

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Re: Mk7 Golf OEM Driver Gear Springs
« Reply #3 on: Aug 13, 18, 23:03 »
Would you know if these would work on a golf sportwagen 1.8 tsi 2016 model.

Some say it will some say it won’t.
« Last Edit: Aug 13, 18, 23:04 by iljw »

witchcraftz

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Re: Mk7 Golf OEM Driver Gear Springs
« Reply #4 on: Aug 14, 18, 06:37 »
I haven't used these on a wagon, they will physically fit for sure, how they will ride is a different story. I assume that the extra weight of the wagon in the back with the rear springs may sit lower that what is required. That said I have heard of people using these on the wagon and adding the TT pads to lift it up so it sits flat.