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Same as above, faultless operation and pristine door edges after more than 4 years.
For what it’s worth I’d recommend trying a DSC first and going from there. Have a look at this https://youtu.be/U487RnEfoRk. Having recently fitted one myself to my otherwise OEM sprung 2016 RS, I recognise and agree with the conclusions reached in the video. Not sure I could justify the additional cost of the tractive set up in my current circumstances, but everyone’s needs and priorities are different.
Disconnect battery and allow around 15mins for power to disipate to prevent the airbag going off! And then around 20mins to do the swap if they know what they’re doing. A DIY job if you’re brave enough. I did mine in an hour following a youtube video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGkcvNIHWmg).
The ones in the Ebay link above don’t look like genuine Ford parts. Wouldn’t fit them myself. If cost is an issue better to buy genuine seconds and paint them yourself.
others on here reported the solid ones arrived loose in a jiffy bag and chipped paint.
kevlcfc – did you check that the captive washer isn’t loose? I bought a similar set and the washer just spun even after tightening to the recommended torque.
tyrefitter – have those chipped during fitting?
Can’t have shells and winter pack.
WP was only available on standard seats.
Sorry, I prefer not to re-live such things. A bit morbid if you ask me.
Not saying those are dangerous, but the OEM nuts are 28mm across. These are only 22mm. So the bearing area is considerably less meaning the stresses on the wheel holes will be much higher. I wouldn’t fit them myself.