No they will not fit because the shock/spring design on the 2 cars is completely different.
If they were the same they would already use the same shock/spring seeing that the weight of the actual car in the rear is not going to be any different.
Because they are FWD cars. Have you ever looked at the rear end set up of a FWD car and then looked at the set up of a AWD car? That would answer your question. But hey if you don't believe us go ahead and try it.so why mk1 rabbits/roccos are the same but different weight?
same for all mk2/mk3/raddo's?
Doesn't mean they are installed in the same way. Actually go look for your rear springs on a B5 quattro and then look at how they are installed on a Audi/VW FWD car.yes and the springs looks the same thus the reason why i made this post.
Now show me an actual rear spring/shock mounted on a FWD B5 A4.
You can try mounting the FWD springs onto a RWD shock but I dont know if they are going to actually fit.
Look at the difference between the 2.
The FWD rear spring has a few coils that sit together, where as the AWD rear spring is even spaced all the way from end to end. The size of the coil might be different.
Why not just get a set of AWD rear springs? Cant be that hard to find.