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Special Offer - AVO Suspension

Postby TJM » 18 Mar 2007, 16:25

I am just setting up selling AVO suspension and am looking to put together an initial buy of £1000 (Trade) to qualify for the best level of discount.

With that in mind I am passing on the discount offer to my customers, just until I reach the required level.

Discounts are:

20% off Suspension Kits (Twin Tube)
20% off Spring Kits
10% off Mono Tube Kits
15% off Competition 1.9 or 2.25ID Springs

Making:

Vauxhall Chevette Hatch Front and Rear Adjustable Dampers £50.58 each (Retail £61.69 each)
Vauxhall Chevette Saloon Front and Rear Adjustable Dampers £50.58 each (Retail £61.69 each)
Vauxhall Chevette Van Front and Rear Adjustable Dampers £50.58 each (Retail £61.69 each)

P&P for any of above including kit £11.75.

I can accept Paypal at no extra charge. If you want any of the other kits, parts AVO offer I will offer these discounts for any make and model. Just take a look at http://www.avouk.com

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Postby TJM » 22 Mar 2007, 13:09

BTTT

Will be placing the order for this one off discount within a week, so if anyone is interested let me know asap.

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Postby Gordo » 23 Mar 2007, 06:15

Since I'm now set up for Paypal, I'm certainly interested.

I'm looking for something for a hatch running an XE, T9 and Isuzu Piazza Lotus Turbo diff. To run 30-40mm lower than stock to be used on seal (tarmac) and smooth(ish) gravel/forest roads.
Initially inclined shocks but to be fitted with vertical rears later - so I'd be looking at both types.
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Postby TJM » 23 Mar 2007, 08:32

Hello Gordo,

If using for motorsport I would not recommend using these as they are more suitable for road, trackday use.

I can still get Bilstein dampers for the Chevette Hatch / HS, much more suited but not adjustable.

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Postby Gordo » 23 Mar 2007, 10:19

Intended as a general road car - but will be doing some light competition stuff, as mentioned.
I had been thinking that as there'll be quite a range of stuff it'll be used for, such as general road car use, hillclimbs (tarmac and gravel), autocrosses, sprints (1/4 mile, circuit/tarmac, gravel and grass), track days, motokhanas (autotests? Tarmac, gravel and grass), rallysprints etc, a spec' spring setup with adjustment of the dampers for tailoring to the different uses may be the best option.
I'm not too interested in getting the maximum out of the package, as changing front springs is a REAL pain, but rather a good all round compromise that'll be a fun drive at club/regional level.
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Postby TJM » 23 Mar 2007, 14:33

If it is light use then the AVOs should be fine as they will allow some adjustment.

If you wish to order let me know.

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Postby Gordo » 24 Mar 2007, 08:40

TJM wrote:If it is light use then the AVOs should be fine as they will allow some adjustment.

If you wish to order let me know.

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If you can give me a price and the Paypal details, I should have the funds transferred within a day or two - as soon as I can figure out the transfer proceedure :oops:
I was going to get a set of poly' bushes first but ...
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Postby TJM » 25 Mar 2007, 10:04

Hello Gordo,

Do you want fronts, hatch and saloon rears?

Price is £50.58 per damper.

P&P £11.75 per order.

My paypal email is [email protected]

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Postby Gordo » 25 Mar 2007, 10:34

TJM wrote:Hello Gordo,

Do you want fronts, hatch and saloon rears?

Price is £50.58 per damper.

P&P £11.75 per order.

My paypal email is [email protected]

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ATM, fronts and both rears, been spending a bit on other things lately, so the springs'll have to wait.
That P&P is to New Zealand, remember, are you sure that's enough?
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Postby TJM » 25 Mar 2007, 10:39

Will check on Postage to New Zealand tomorrow.

Can you pm or email me your full address so I can get a postage cost.

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Postby TJM » 26 Mar 2007, 17:21

They unfortunately cannot organise delivery to New Zealand only to the EC.

Sorry about this.

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Postby 1.8KADETT » 26 Mar 2007, 20:15

Are AVO shocks any better than Spax? If so can you supply shortened ones for a saloon? Mine is lowered 60mm and could do with shortened rear shocks.


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Postby TJM » 26 Mar 2007, 22:18

They don't supply in shortened versions but are on a par with Spax.

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Postby mick » 29 Mar 2007, 17:30

shocks arrived 2day Tim, superquick!!!!


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Postby SNVX » 01 Apr 2007, 10:38

Tim i have been selling AVO now for over 10yrs & in that time i have only ever had 1 shock back under warranty so i would say that they are much better than spax
As budget shocks go i would say to all you guys that these are probably the best
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Postby TJM » 01 Apr 2007, 13:54

SNVX

Thanks for that, appreciate you passing on your experience of this make. I must say though I have never had any problems with Spax items but an experienced comparison is always welcome.

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Postby ross.cheeks » 26 Aug 2007, 16:04

just wondering is this offer still available? i mite be interested in a set if so, cheers ross.
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Postby TJM » 26 Aug 2007, 17:23

Hello Ross,

The group buy has finished but can still offer these at a 10% discount.

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Postby ross.cheeks » 10 Sep 2007, 20:37

just wondering what peoples opinions on the avos and spax and which is better, im only going 2 be using them for tarmac and no real competition stuff. i want something 2 give me a bit more confidence in the car when i chuck it down lanes and stop it rolling around like a boat. which ever set i go for what is the score with springs, what do i need 2 go for. cheers ross.
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