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"Hi Dave, I got these as part of a 1.5" lift kit, although I have so far installed only the aft suspension bits. I did not comment about this kit as I had not have tieem to install it in the forward suspension (my GV is at Brazil where I only have holidays, so time is limited). Now I realize that I can give feedback only about the bits I have isntalled out of the kit. As I said, the time I have available for "playing" with mu GV is rather limited. But installation of htese spacers in the rear suspension is so simple and fast! Just followed the instructions in your blog, with a couple observations: 1- My GV is a V6 version, which has ABS system. One must remember to remove the ABS cable brackets before undoing the shock bolts, to avoid tearing off the cable (this is not shown in the instructions in the blog as that is a non-ABS version. 2- Once the spacer is drawwn into position, fitting back the sring coil can be hard as the fit is very tight; a bit of liquid soap as lubricant really helps (and will not harm the polyurethane). 3- Fitting back the second coil spring in the V6 5-door really requires help from a friend; coil springs in this version seem to be a bit longer. I also used shock repositioners http://www.bits4vits.co.uk/store/vitara-/-x90/shock-repositioners-/-spacers/prod_173.html , but I will as soon as possible replace them for the other type that bolts onto the upper shock bolt; I believe they will do their job much better (but they seem not to be available any more in your site). The car's handling, to my surprise, was better after fitting the spacers to the rear shaft! Not only much smoother ride and less noise (polyurethane absorbs a lot of it), but road handling feels better despite the taller rear end! Visually the car looks more balanced): Before: http://img521.imageshack.us/img521/199/dsc00766qn.jpg After: http://img718.imageshack.us/img718/295/dsc00779fa.jpg Of course, the main purpose of this lift was not visual, or on-road. The little extra clearance has helped a lot in the offroad areas I dirve in Brasil. Not much, but sufficient for my needs (together with a tire upgrade to 227/70r16 which was not yet done in the photos. The only "but" to these specers: They are orange! So far I haven't got a problem in the yearly inspection, but you never know... There were not black spacers when I purchased these; otherwise they would have been my choie. A very recommendable and easy improvement for the GV! And top service from Bits4Vits! Thanks! "
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