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Welcome to AmD

Posted: Sun Nov 13, 2011 8:20 pm
by sonicvanman
Hello & welcome to AmD, had a look around your website, it looks great & you cover a good wide range of services, i am in the new year look to buy & get fitted some KW-v1s which you supply as well as fitting M3 LCA & tracking set up, but then i looked where your based, East london its a bit far for me to travel unless your very well priced compared to Revo Technic who are local to me.

Re: Welcome to AmD

Posted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 2:04 pm
by Ben @ AmD Essex
Good Afternoon,

Thanks for the welcome.

We can offer the KW V1's, these would be £887.89 inc vat (KW do usually have a price rise at the start of each year) Fitting is normally £240 but our special offer the price is £120.00 inc vat and also includes wheel alignment! Alignment alone would normally be £90 + vat on a RWD car. This is carried out on our new state of the art Hunter Hawk Eye.

To fit the lower arms while we are fitting the suspension would be £108 inc vat.

We are actually based in West Thurrock, next to Lakeside Shopping centre (Junction 30/31 of the M25), not East London. We have people come to us from all over the UK and Europe, :thumbs:

Re: Welcome to AmD

Posted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 5:53 pm
by sonicvanman
thanks for the reply, that is a great offer as soon as christmas is over i will start to looking to booking so i will contacting you some time then to book in a fitting.

cheers

Re: Welcome to AmD

Posted: Mon Feb 27, 2012 2:48 pm
by Rjudgey
Are you get the tension arms as well??

Re: Welcome to AmD

Posted: Mon Feb 27, 2012 6:40 pm
by sonicvanman
Rjudgey wrote:Are you get the tension arms as well??
do i need some new tension arms? was guna fit the LCA arm first as that £240 + alignment

every thing is a little behind at the moment, at the end of march im guna get the M3 lca & fitted, month after the coil overs, but i think im guna be going with the AP's as the KWs are stretching my budget.

cheers

Re: Welcome to AmD

Posted: Sun Mar 04, 2012 10:27 pm
by Rjudgey
I wouldn't get the tension arms but powerflex bushes fitted to them instead better and cheaper. But the stock tension arms are pretty lame compared to M3 ones or powerflex, the design is exactly the same though just one has interlocking bush the M3 is solid rubber and the powerflex bush is poly making it even better than both.