You’re obviously on cliotrophy forum so a quick recap of the 2 current Sachs topics shows NOBODY on the forum (that has posted up) has bought any of him because of his questionable payment procedure.I personally haven’t because I’ve gone another route. Is there a problem buying from him then?
From Jane at BG Motorsport to me the other day-Shafts can be replaced as Sachs have stock.
They other thing that is very very thin on the ground is the actual damper unit itself.
Last time I was getting info I know one side of the dampers was discontinued from Sachs. This was the actual unit including spring cup.
If you damage the spring cup of the unit is Porous then you might find it hard to get them from Sachs.
How did it cost all in inc paint?I purchased a set recently from here that needed refurbishing sent to them to BG and were freshly powder coated, and new seals and fine tuned. Turned out a much better option than a new unknown set that had been sitting around for a while that needed a rebuild anyway.
Got this quote from cornering force earlier this week.
Chris, are these prices per strut?Got this quote from cornering force earlier this week.
The standard service is a full strip, clean, rebuild and dyno test to
balance. We use new seals, oil and new top sliding bush.
The cost is £354 inclusive of VAT and return courier.
Additionally we can blast and powder the cases on top of the standard
service - total cost £474 (again fully inclusive)
We also make and fit a supplementary wiper seal to keep the dirt out of the
very vulnerable main shaft seal (photo attached) - this is an additional £54
per damper (again inc VAT).
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