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      02-03-2013, 02:21 PM   #1
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adjusting kw v1 in sf bay area

Is there anybody that doesn't mind helping me adjust my kw v1 on my 335i in the SF bay area? I need to raise it 1/2" to 1" and I just don't want to screw anything up.

Also need to replace driver rear shock too. It's leaking.. sucks.


Buy you lunch or something for your assistance. I have all the tools needed and a garage but not entirely flat.


thanks in advance
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Dang, should've posted this earlier.

I can still swing by after I take the family out for lunch if you want.

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Dang, should've posted this earlier.

I can still swing by after I take the family out for lunch if you want.
That would be cool. Would just need adjustment for now since I have to figure out how to send in my rear shock for warranty to kw.

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^there should be contact info on their website They'll get you set up. You can just throw your stock shock back in while they fix it. It takes a while unfortunately.
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Thank you Wei718. You have been a GREAT help tonight. Loaner stock rear shock while I send in for my KW warranty and height raised perfectly

Lesson learned for me to not keep my oem parts. lol
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Thank you Wei718. You have been a GREAT help tonight. Loaner stock rear shock while I send in for my KW warranty and height raised perfectly

Lesson learned for me to not keep my oem parts. lol
Haha, you are certainly welcome! Have fun and don't blow my shocks lol
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Haha, you are certainly welcome! Have fun and don't blow my shocks lol
Wouldn't be possible without your assistance (and you did 99.9% of the work). Good to have good people on the forums

I will avoid all potholes on the driver side. haha

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