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Rear springs

paul · 6 · 2001

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Offline paul

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My 2013 cw  Diesel  rides really low, looks loaded even when empty,
Was looking for other springs , maybe heavier duty.
Sites are stating " variant ".
The ones I've found say fits FD , how do I find what variant mine is ?
Thanks in advance.


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Yours is a GD.
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Does your actually say CW on the back? I thought that badge was only used on FD's which were discontinued in 2012? late 2012 to early 2017 GD wagons were called a tourer!
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You have checked the springs aren't broken?
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Offline paul

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Sorry for late reply.
Yes mine is a GD Estate.
And the springs aren't broken,
It has looked low from new ?


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How about getting a tape measure and measure the distance from the ground to the wheel arch? Then, find a Hyundai dealer or used car supermarket that has a car just like yours, and measure the distance on theirs to see how they compare. Some obliging members on the forum could go out and measure the distance on their cars and let you know what it is for comparison.
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