T28 Original Suspension Set - Stay Or Go?

Discussion in 'Suspension Steering Brakes' started by Ambrose, 16 Aug 2019 at 06:54.

  1. Ambrose

    Ambrose Member

    Hi all,

    Having had the van fitted with B14s lately, is it worth keeping the original setup?

    It’s only done 3k miles on them and at the moment it’s just sitting in a box in the garage. I can’t imagine fitting them back on again so is it best to sell them? If so, how much could I expect to get for them?

    Thanks,
    Ambrose
     
  2. Dellmassive

    Dellmassive 204 T32 DSG LWB SPORTLINE PV MY18 VCDS User Moderator VIP Member T6 Legend

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    entirely up to you.

    Doubt you would get anything for them if trying to sell.

    Scrap metal maybe or keep them if you ever wanted to sell-on the van and give to new user.
     
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  3. F2JON

    F2JON Member T6 Pro

    I binned mine, i’d never go back standard and doubt a new owner would.
     
  4. Volkywagen

    Volkywagen Senior Member VIP Member T6 Guru

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    i managed £50 for mine on ebay, i listed them under spares/crash repairs and they sold within a day. This was 2 years ago mind. Worth a try.
    There are still plenty of companies out there who use the vans for deliveries/work etc and aren't bothered about lowering, if they have an accident they are perfect for them for repairs.
     
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  5. Zave

    Zave Member T6 Pro

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    I've still got mine too. Just 400 miles.
     
  6. Ambrose

    Ambrose Member

    Seems such a shame to scrap or leaving it in a box somewhere...
     
  7. Ambrose

    Ambrose Member

    Maybe I should try my hands on upcycling them instead...

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