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Parts suppliers query

ChrisT70

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Was looking at options for replacing front anti rolbar drop links on the GT4 and found a few options such as fully adjustable rose jointed kit etc, but then stumbled on 2 sites that appear extremely cheap (German) for service type parts.
This is one
https://www.autopartspro.co.uk/porsche-carparts/cayman-981/111984/10677/twist-rod#

I've heard of and used Lemforder parts before but the others on here I've not and they either seem suspiciously cheap or there's a catch?

Two very similar sites both trading from Germany appear to off the same make of parts like these on a variety of items, just wondering if anyone has ordered stuff from them before and what was the experience like.

Very slight clunk from the oe droplinks and I understand they are a known wear item.
 
That just looks like a subsidiary of Autodoc. They already have a few different sites. If you're unsure on a manufacturer of parts just google them and read up.
 
Alex said:
That just looks like a subsidiary of Autodoc. They already have a few different sites. If you're unsure on a manufacturer of parts just google them and read up.

Yes I think autodoc was the other one.

Anyone replaced the oe front drop links with anything other than oe or gone for the adjustable fancy kit?
 
I bought after market OE equivalent drop links from Autodoc, Moog or Stark were the brand IIRC. No problems after 18 months and 8k miles.
 
½cwt said:
I bought after market OE equivalent drop links from Autodoc, Moog or Stark were the brand IIRC. No problems after 18 months and 8k miles.
Ok thanks.
 

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