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Old 03-16-10, 06:53 PM   #1
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Default Gs300 awd coilover question

Hello everyone,

My apologies if I am reposting this question. I've been on clublexus forums looking for the answer but unfortunately, I can't find the answer I'm looking for....I was wondering if anyone encountered the same situation I have, and I was wondering if anyone can help me..

I own a 2006 Lexus GS 300 AWD that currently have Teins Lowering Springs on a stock shocks. I wanted to upgrade to coilovers and a local Tein Dealer suggested that I should get the Teins Comfort Sport...

After researching Teins Comfort Sport, I realized that Teins CF lower portion (the assembly that connects the control arm) of both Front (Driver and Passenger Side) are totally different from my stock...It seems like I am missing an "AWD Bracket"....

My questions are:

1. If Teins CF are compatible with 06 GS300 AWD, is there an "AWD Bracket" that I need to purchase separately?

2. If Not, Is there any coilovers (any Brand) that are made for 06 GS300 AWD?

Thanks for your time and Help

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They do not make them for AWD. I cant recall the name but if you look in the vendor section there are coils for your AWD. You may even find a used set if you want under the 3gs or 2gen ISx50 section. Hope this helps out.
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mike is right, i can't believe the tein dealer is making such a terrible mistake... they do NOT have coilover setup for the awd at all. playing from memory, i think BG has coilovers for the 3gs (could be wrong on name), the only one i can recall
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Thanks Guys for the information and your help...I will check BC Suspensions and go from there...
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yea the only company that currently makes coilovers for the awd is BCR. I currently have a set on my car right now.
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Correct, The Teins will not fit and the only company currently making a set of coilvoers for the AWD GS and IS is BC Racing.

We actually have a few sets in stock if you're interested, feel free to PM us

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