Originally Posted by Rob@WretchedMS
nothing needs to be drilled to install our coilovers.
not the front
not the rear
not the top
not the bottom.
Well, my mistake then. However, I'm pretty certain that during my decision stage I had reviewed Pedders' rear coil over installation docs which required drilling of the swaybar bolt (now not required) and a hole to pass through the adjuster knob?? Maybe this was on earlier versions of the coilovers. I'd certainly would have had a more difficult time deciding between Pfadt and Pedders had I not been under this preception.
However, it's certainly not my place to argue against those who have installed the Pedders. Sorry for bringing it up guys.
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Pfadt coilovers, camber plates, trailing arms & differential bushings.
BMR adjustable toe-rods. Pedders ZL1 barz, rear cradle inserts, radius arm & steering rack bushings.
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