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The VW bus has always stood for more. Originally for more space, later for more utility and today for more style. Because the edgy all-time classic in the current version T6.1, whether as a multivan, transporter or station wagon, is not only an all-rounder, but also suitable for the scene. The new H&R sport spring set comes in handy. This lowers the vehicle's center of gravity by approx. 35mm and provides a significant upgrade in the driving experience.
also Trak + wheel spacers available
The lateral inclination in fast corners is noticeably reduced, the steering behavior is much more direct. Nevertheless, ride comfort and payload remain on a long-distance travel level. With the optionally available TRAK + wheel spacers made of high-tensile aluminum, series and retrofit wheels can be aligned to the fender edges with millimeter precision and ensure the perfect wheelbase. All H&R products are "Made in Germany" and always have the necessary parts certificates.
H&R suspension components for VW Bus T6.1
- Multivan / Transporter / Kombi, 2WD / 4WD, type 7HC / 7J0, including adaptive damping, including dynamic / sports suspension, without rough-road suspension, from year of construction 2019
- Lowering springs
Item No. 29270-7
Lowering: VA / HA approx. 35mm (may vary depending on the vehicle version)
Price (RRP): 336,96 incl. 16% VAT.
- Trak + wheel spacers
silver or black anodized
Widening: from 10mm (per axis)
Price (RRP): from 80,04 EURO incl. 16% VAT.
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H&R sport springs for the VW Multivan T6.1
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