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    Vogtland Springs... wrong size?

    Anyone here ever put on the vogtland springs or give me some insight on these springs I bought?
    I finally opened the box but the fronts look monsterously huge...

    here is a picture with a gallon water jug next to them as for size comparison.. to big for the little Fiat?


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    did you double check the product number off the springs with those that sell these?

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    on the box it says:

    Sport Lowering Springs (logo)Vogtland
    VA 954091 / HA 954026
    25/30 mm
    ARTIKEL-NR / ORDER NO
    954026
    Fiat 500 Typ 312, USA Version

    part number on the springs matches tag and their online us catalog.. just seems huge.. oh well.. I guess I'll have to find out when I install them sometime this week.
    Last edited by Evogelion; 05-07-2014 at 10:33 AM.

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    The springs are the right size - you have the wrong car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trevc View Post
    The springs are the right size - you have the wrong car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trevc View Post
    The springs are the right size - you have the wrong car.
    And what is that supposed to mean? Please clarify, seeking honest answers not empty riddles or sarcastic jabs.
    Last edited by Evogelion; 05-08-2014 at 02:48 PM.

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    It was a joke. Sheesh, lighten up.
    Quote Originally Posted by Evogelion View Post
    And what is that supposed to mean? Some pathetic stab at me owning a 500T posting in the Abarth section? F*ck off, I'm looking for honest help from others that might have got these, not douche bag elisist comments from guys who own a car that cost under 30k and pretends it's a Ferrari. Simply grow up, people like you are turning away others from this forum with your elitist attitude.

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    There appears to be enough room for a water jug and then some in the strut tower. The ends look like they'd fit the perch, don't they? Turn the wheel, reach in there, take some measurements. Seems to me their larger diameter is an integral part of how they achieve what they are designed to achieve.

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    http://vogtland-na.com/en/news/fiat_500.php

    VOGTLAND offers different versions for the Fiat 500:

    Item# 954050 for the 1.2l.
    Item# 954051 for the 1.4l and the Diesel model.
    Item# 954022 fits the Abarth 500
    Item# 954026 is specifically designed for the US-market.

    The numbers you posted look right... 954026

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evogelion View Post
    And what is that supposed to mean? Please clarify, seeking honest answers not empty riddles or sarcastic jabs.
    I took his comment as you have the wrong car. As in, they sent you wrong springs for your car and theyre meant for another car. I doubt he was saying because you have a T.
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