Type: Posts; User: E CODE
Seriously... I got a leaky air matress and a sprinkling of Legos in the hatch of my mothers VW Rabbit for long commutes...
it's not that bad of a job.... and yes, replacing all of them at once is the best option - since getting them out usually results in destroying the old bushings anyway.
Good stuff. Looks just like my old one. If it's Anthracite blue on black leather, there's only 10 others in the country.
Mhm.... having a Toffee Brown Metallic wagon really makes me think about these.... wish someone would buy my RS's...
The dealer can find out :)
But I wouldn't go that route.... just flip an emial to the larger tuner companies out there with your vin. APR, Unitronic, Revo and GIAC is who I'd check with first.
Any winter tire will beat the best All season under 45 degrees.... so really it doesn't even matter what you get so long as you recognize the brand... personally.
I have Sumitomo's right now, and...
http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=362279 see post #4
Also, get a new mechanic...
mhm... really makes me want to sell my new, unopened CiM boost gauge and get this instead for the TDI.... such an easy install compared to tapping for boost...
What are you asking for the door switches? The window ones for driver/passenger?
OP, you need to post a price, or list them on eBay....
I'll get the first questions out of the way for everyone else since I clicked the link...
They are 5x112.
And location is Nova Scotia.
now that's out of the way... Good luck with the sale!
I bought a beater Subaru Forrester for $1200 certifed for a winter driver... drove it without tranny fluid for 4 months and sold it for $600 in the spring...
Instead of driving my 4mo Passat.
How is the tread?
Camber wear at all?
Based on the taillight interconnectivity I'd guess it would fit too.... but again, thats a guess..
Maybe try calling a glass place and having them check the part number accross two gererations?
I think you might live on my street, lol.... PM sent.
Where in Brampton are you?