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    Thread: The "Official" DIY/FAQ 337/20th AE/Jetta GLI Thread

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      09-18-2003 06:25 PM #1
      DO NOT POST IN THIS THREAD UNLESS YOU ARE 100% SURE THAT EVERY WORD YOU TYPE IS TRUE.
      THIS THREAD IS NOT FOR QUESTIONS, IT IS FOR ANSWERS

      Please **ONLY ** post the information you have and **DO NOT ** debate it within the thread.


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      09-18-2003 06:39 PM #2
      GTI 337 BBS RC's have a special shot-peened finish on them. It's a process were little metal balls are *shot* into the finish of the wheel. If you curbed your wheel, for example. The finish on your wheel can not be duplicated 100% by any wheel restoration shop.

      If you want an exact match of your other 3 wheels, you would have to buy a new wheel.

      Quote, originally posted by Kanajana »
      Some BBS info on ball polishing:

      http://www.bbs.com/cgi-bin/adm...2.txt

      http://www.bbs.com/cgi-bin/adm...ktion


      Updated price....

      Part number for 337 RC wheel - 1JO-601-025-AM-2ZQ

      (1) VW Edition 18x7.5” BBS RC w/center caps= $619.62

      Set of Four = $2,478.48





      Modified by Gateway at 12:30 AM 7-30-2004


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      09-18-2003 11:42 PM #3
      337/25th AE Performance numbers from Car and Driver.

      Power (SAE net) 180 bhp @ 5500 rpm
      Torque (SAE net) 174 lb-ft @ 1950 rpm
      Transmission 6-speed manual
      Wheelbase 98.9 in
      Length 164.9 in
      25th AE - Curb weight 2908 lb - 337 - 2857lbs
      Zero to 60 mph 6.5 sec
      Zero to 100 mph 17.5 sec
      Zero to 120 mph 30.6 sec
      Street start, 5-60 mph 7.4 sec
      Standing 1/4-mile 15.0 sec @ 93 mph
      Top speed (drag limited) 135 mph
      Braking, 70-0 mph 162 ft
      Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad 0.88 g


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      09-21-2003 10:15 AM #4
      To FIND information on the "D.I.Y Thread" hit CTRL F and use the search function on your Internet Explorer Browser to scan this page.

    5. 09-21-2003 11:17 AM #5
      Part numbers:

      AC Trim Piece
      1J0 819 157 B / 4J4

      337 side skirts
      L- 1J0 853 859A GRU
      R- 1J0 853 860A GRU

      337 front valance
      1J0 071 639 UB

      20th anniv. black headliner and pillars

      A pillar left: 1J0-867-351-B-54A
      right: 1J0-867-352-B-54A

      B pillar left: 1J0-868-417-J-54A
      right: 1J0-868-418-J-54A

      C pillar left: 1J3-867-241-B-54A
      right: 1J3-867-242-B-54A

      Headliner with sunroof: 1J3-867-501-AP-54A




      Modified by 602crew at 11:27 AM 9-21-2003


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      09-21-2003 12:26 PM #6
      Bentley CD-ROM, covering the 2002 AWP engine and 337.


      http://www.bentleypublishers.com/product.htm?code=VEA4&subject=20

      W42 VEA4 V025 CD
      Bentley Stock Number: VEA4
      Publication Date: 2002.dec.16
      Bentley Part #: VA4.Y03.R01.CD
      Editorial Closing Date: 2002.nov
      ISBN: 0-8376-0841-4
      Price: $99.95


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      09-21-2003 12:30 PM #7


      Part numbers for Euro 25th AE back seat.


      (1) 1j0-885-081-af-68a arm
      > rest $139
      > (2) 1j0-885-313
      > clip (2 needed) $1.25
      > *(4) 1J0-885-471
      > backrest lock left $33.00
      > *(4) 1J0-885-472B
      > backrest lock right $31.00
      > *(6) 1J0-885-501-AR
      > frame left $179 ++
      > (7) 1j0-885-502--2aq frame
      > right $199
      > (14) 1j0-885-643e-b41
      > release rod left $2
      > (14) 1j0-885-644e-b41
      > release rod right $2
      > (15) 1j6-885-753-a-1bs trm
      > panel left $28 ++
      > (16) 1j6-885-754--1bs trim
      > panel right $35
      > (18) 1j0-885-775-br
      > padding $69
      > (19) 1j0-885-776--cj
      > padding $84
      > (21) 1j0-885-785d-b41
      > escutcheon (2 needed) $2.75
      > (22) 1j0-885-805-le-nph
      > cover $165
      > (23) 1j0-885-806-pm-nph
      > cover $181
      > (28) 1j0-885-943--b41
      > trim $21
      > (29) 1j0885-596--61e
      > bracket $12
      > (30) n-904-229-01
      > panel screw (6 needed) 85 cents
      > *(31) 1J0-886-161B
      > mounting left $3.80
      > *(31) 1J0-886-162B
      > mounting right $3.80
      > *(32) 8L0-886-197A-01c
      > CAP $1.10
      > *(33) 1J0-886-227
      > BEARING BUSH (2 needed) 50 cents
      > (35) 1J0-886-277
      > retaining bracket $3.50
      > *(36) 1J0-886-735
      > FITTED BOLT (2 needed) 95 cents
      > (37) 1j0-886-920d-b41 guide
      > w/push button (2 needed) $8.50
      > (38) 1j0-886-920b-b41
      > guide (2 needed) $8.50
      > *(39) 1J0-823-499A stop
      > buffer 95 cents
      > *(47) 6N0-815-478-b41
      > clips (2 needed) $2.25




      Modified by Gateway at 12:59 PM 6-22-2004


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      09-21-2003 12:32 PM #8
      25th AE Full Euro Cluster and NAV - $3125.00 - That is the price i got from SVTWEB, shipped to your door with every single part needed... US CD's etc....(Not including cell phone holder)




      Modified by Gateway337 at 8:28 AM 1-10-2004


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      09-21-2003 12:54 PM #9
      -----Brakes-----

      25Y GTI (256mm) rear brake Caliper carriers right: 1J0 615 425 E
      25Y GTI (256mm) rear brake Caliper carriers left: 1J0 615 426 E
      25Y GTI (256mm) rear brake splash guard shield left: 1J0 615 609
      25Y GTI (256mm) rear brake splash guard shield right: 1J0 615 610


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      09-21-2003 12:55 PM #10
      Euro 25th Anniversary Smoked Headlights:
      1J1-941-017N (Passenger's side)
      1J1-941-018N (Driver's side)

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      09-21-2003 12:56 PM #11
      337 chin spoiler
      1J0 805 903 L 007

      337 Rear Valance
      1J6 807 521 D


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      09-21-2003 12:58 PM #12
      25 year GTI 6 speed shifter - 1J0 711 113 CQ NWC
      25 year GTI Leather wrapped Steering Wheel - 1J0 419 091 AE NWB
      25 year GTI side skirts L-1J0 853 859 A GRU R-1J0 853 860 A GRU
      25 year GTI pedals : Gas -1M1 721 535 A, Brake - 1M0 721 275 A, Clutch - 1M0 721 961 A
      25 Year GTI Dead pedal: 1M1 864 551 B B41
      25 year GTI E-brake: 1J0 711 461 A NWB
      25 year GTI Floor Mats: F-1J0 061 223 E GKV, R-1J0 061 224 EA GKV
      25 year GTI rear hatch spoiler: 1J0 827 939
      25 year GTI front lower bumper spoiler: 1J0 805 903 H

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      09-21-2003 01:02 PM #13
      25 year GTI front grill emblem - 1J6 853 679 C/ FDY
      25 year GTI emblem for rear hatch - 6N0 853 675 739

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      09-21-2003 09:47 PM #14
      GTI 337 Information...

      A base GTI GLS 180hp 1.8T is the starting point to which the following significant changes are added:

      - 1500 units total in the U.S and 250 units total in Canada
      - 18" BBS RC Wheels with 225/40-ZR18 high-performance summer tires
      - Real sport suspension approximately 1" lower (uprated springs and shocks, increased sway bar diameters, and revised bushings in the rear)
      - Votex body kit with front valence, side skirts, and rear valence with 2.25" exhaust tip
      - 12.3 inch front rotors, 10 inch rear vented rotors, better pads, red powder-coated calipers
      - Six-speed MQ350 transmission
      - Recaro front seats
      - Aluminum interior trim
      - Red stitching on steering wheel, shift boot, handbrake knob and seats
      - Special golf ball shift knob
      - Aluminum pedals with rubber inserts
      - Red trimmed floor mats
      - Special exterior retro GTI badging
      - Monsoon Sound System





      Modified by Gateway337 at 8:55 PM 9-28-2003


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      09-21-2003 09:48 PM #15
      20th AE information...

      A base GTI GLS 180hp 1.8T is the starting point to which the following significant changes are added:

      - all-new 6-speed MQ350/O2M350 transmission
      - Same upgraded brakes as the 337 (12.3 inch front rotors, 10 inch rear vented rotors, better pads, red powder-coated calipers)
      - Same suspension as the 337 (uprated springs and shocks, increased sway bar diameters, and revised bushings in the rear)
      - 18" R32 Wheels with ultra high-performance rubber
      - Same body kit as the GTI 337
      - Same Recaro seats as the 337 but interior theme will be silver/grey and black instead of the red/black in the 337
      - Blacked out headlamp interior surrounds similar to the German market 25th AE GTI
      - New instrument cluster with aluminum trim bezels from the German market 25th AE GTI
      - Black headliner
      - A few additional aluminum trim pieces (around HVAC controls)
      - 4,000 units total in the U.S. and 200 units total in Canada
      - Cars will be numbered via a dash plaque
      - Retro rabbit badge along with red "retro" GTI logos front and rear
      - Sunroof will be standard


    16. 09-21-2003 09:52 PM #16
      Neuspeed 28mm install instructions.

      http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=452388


    17. 09-22-2003 02:41 PM #17
      Just FYI:

      Factory Sport Suspension: 7% stiffer springs and shocks, 23mm front sway bar (up from 21mm in the Golf; Jetta/GTI unchanged), 21mm rear sway bar (up from 18mm in Golf/Jetta; GTI unchanged), 10mm drop

      DriverGear Sport Suspension: Eibach Pro-Kit springs that are made to slightly different VW specs, 20% stiffer than stock, 30mm drop

      337/20AE Suspension: Eibach springs that are 20% stiffer than stock with 30mm drop (same as DriverGear), 21mm RSB, 23 FSB (sways same as regular gti), gas charged Monroe shocks, metal/rubber rear bushings (instead of hydro)*


      *cannot direct-replace bushings to regular mkiv, the entire hydraulic bushing equipped rear axle must be replaced with a rubber bushing equipped rear axle.

      HTH

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      337 paint code: LA7W


      Modified by Lucky_337 at 9:16 AM 3-23-2004


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      09-23-2003 12:28 AM #18
      20 AE Paint Codes:

      Jazz Blue = LW5Z
      Imola Yellow = LY1C
      Black Magic Pearl =LC9Z


    19. 09-25-2003 05:33 PM #19
      337 ECU part number:

      06A 906 032 ML (Retails for $2000)

      2002 GTI ECU part number:

      06A 906 032 HF (retails for $400)


      You can use the HF ecu in your 337 with a chip running the program for the ML ecu.

      NickS has done this w/o any issues.


    20. 09-27-2003 11:42 AM #20
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      Modified by Eric @ TIRE RACK at 6:19 PM 10-27-2004

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      09-28-2003 11:00 AM #21
      337

      20th AE

      Armrest install from adonaldson...

      Part number on my armrest:

      380 864 209 AC LKK

      This is super easy (should take about an hour or less).

      First, Tools you will need.
      T20 Torx driver (to remove 4 torx screws)
      Dull Flathead screwdriver (to pry plastic peices out of console)
      13mm thin wrench & 13mm socket (to mount armrest bracket to car)

      Step 1:

      Remove the red insert ashtray in the rear. (puch the black door peices down, and it will pop up a little bit, simply pull out)

      Step 2:

      Remove the 2 T20 torx screws under the ashtray (extremely long, & they don't need to be)

      Step 3:

      Gently pry the two plastic peices out of the font console with a dull screwdriver, then remove the 2 T20 torx screws (only 1 per side).

      Step 4:

      JERK your ebrake up as far as it will go.

      Step 5:

      Raise the rear of the console upward until the front of the console gives resistance, then, while pulling backwards on it, pull up on the front gearshift console (two or three plastic tabs hold it in place, be careful).

      Step 6:

      Now that you have the console removed, pop out the coin holder (two tabs on both sides (I accidently broke my tabs doing it, so be careful).

      Set the console aside now.

      Step 7:

      Install the armrest bracket (the two screws on the passenger side are predrilled, but you will need patience to get the nuts to line up under the sheet metal. I had to pry back my carpet a little bit to get my wrench in there to hold the nut. I used the wrench on the nuts and the socket on the bolt from the top.

      The bracket support on the drivers side required you to remove the existing nut and bolt (holding ebrake), and use a longer bolt. I went to NAPA to get a bolt, and they were all out of the length I needed, so I just didn't install (doesn't seem to need it) If you decide to install, you will need a longer bolt and 2 nuts (one to hold the ebrake bracket, then some washers for correct spacing, then the bracket, and finally the third nut)).

      Step 8:

      IMPORTANT!! (the 2 screws you removed from the rear of the console, slip those through the holes before you begin (much easier).

      Start with the front of the console by sliding it under the gearshift console peice (will need to pull up on the gearshift console). Once it us under, verify that the ebrake will slide through hole, make sure your seatbelt catchers are out of the way, and that the outside of the console doesn't go on the inside of the gearshift console (takes some finagling). Then simply lower it down. Strarting with the rear screws, tighten those 2 first with the T20 torx driver, then go the fronts...making sure everything lines up. Last, simply snap those two plastic peices back into there holes (they only go one way, find the groove in the hole, that is where the single tab goes, and insert the side with the double tabs first).

      Step 9:

      Secure armrest to bracket with the bolt and using your 13mm socket (jiggle the armrest while tightening to ensure a properly alligned fit).

      Step 10:

      Snap plastic cover onto armrest.

      Step 11:

      Put your red ahstray back in and enjoy your newly installed armrest!


      1-800-vw-parts. $125 + $14 COD delivery charge (USED)

      OR

      $215 (NEW) from the dealer


      Quote, originally posted by luismr »
      I found the bottom piece form someone in the classified section. Bought it for $80 delivered. Then I went to the VW dealer and bought a new top piece to match my interior. That was $84. So total was $164.00. It took me about 30 mins. to do last night. It rubs the drivers side bolster very slightly. Not much. But it feels great having some place to put your arm!





      Modified by Gateway337 at 5:50 PM 1-12-2004


    22. 09-29-2003 01:51 PM #22
      "Jazz blue" is actually a Skoda colour.
      It's referred to as Octavian Blue.

    23. 10-03-2003 09:36 AM #23
      Clear fender overlays on the lower rear fenders (between door and rear wheelwells) Was told it's 20th AE only? It's not listed in dealer parts lookup unless you have these numbers.
      Left 1J0807905A $5.80
      Right 1J0807906A $5.80

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      10-05-2003 11:23 AM #24
      Weight

      337 - 2857lbs
      20th AE - 2916lbs


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      10-05-2003 01:56 PM #25
      Gear Ratios

      1st: 3.42
      2nd: 2.11
      3rd: 1.48
      4th: 1.15
      5th: 1.17
      6th: 0.97
      Reverse: 2.50

      Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Just not their own facts.

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      10-25-2003 02:10 AM #26
      Installation of Votex Knob (or any others)

      Seeing that I've had quite a few questions over the span of three different threads about this I decided to post a little DIY/FYI "faq" for this. It's not rocket science or anything but I know visuals help (at least they do for me at times).

      First thing's first, the obvious:
      -NO it's not illuminated
      -Yes it comes availiable in the 6spd version which you will see here.
      -www.hillsideimports.com is where I bought it from

      Ok now that that's out of the way here's a breakdown of the process. Like I said it's not rocket science so this only takes about 10 minutes.

      First to remove the base and access the shaft, pinch both sides of the base with your thumb and middle fingers. You don't have to squeeze the hell out of it, just enough so that the base caves a little. As you pinch it, lift the base from the back applying pressure towards the front. Ours are a little different from other IV's because we don't have to worry about removing trim first.

      Once you remove the base, lift up the boot over the shifter and you'll see a brass ring that fastens the stock knob to the shaft. To remove the unit you'll have to remove this ring. You can either break it off or loosen it with needle nose pliers however it does not need to be broken for the unit to come off. All you have to do is loosen it and slide the ring off.

      After you remove the ring you'll be able pull the unit off the shaft. If you had broken the ring, don't worry the package includes an extra one already in tact. If you did break it then hit up a junkyard or your local hardware store for fastener rings 3/8" in size:

      Slide the ring over the tabs and onto the base of the knob:

      Reverse your steps and attached the base unit to the shaft and use clamp pliers to fasten the ring to secure the unit. Slide the base back into the console to finish:

      Like I said it's not rocket science so it'll take you like 10 minutes to do this. If you want to remove the stock knob from the stock boot it's actually attached by a zip tie and staples all around. Remove your base unit and check it out, I was actually a little surprised by this 'cause I thought it was just one piece. Anyways there you have it.

      Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Just not their own facts.

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    28. 11-27-2003 11:48 PM #28
      Oy oy.

      I've been asked to post up the DIY page on my web site. Some of the topics covered have full DIY instructions, some don't really require instructions, but give good ideas for mods.

      Some of the things on the page right now are:

      Overkill Grounding
      Euro Headlight Switch
      Rear Fog Activation
      Turbo Timer Install
      Rieger Shift Knob Install
      Aero front Wipers and Polo rear wiper install
      Smoked corners and side turn signal markers

      Here's the link: http://vwroadtrip.peterbeers.n...s.htm

      If you've got questions, drop me an IM or e-mail at PedroGringo@yahoo.com

      PEace

      PEter


    29. 11-28-2003 12:08 AM #29
      Detailed Instructions: iPod (or any AUX really) Hookup To Play Through Factory Headunit

      DIY Thread: http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=919403


    30. 12-07-2003 07:35 PM #30
      I've made up a complete list of all the MODs, parts, changes, etc., that come with the 20th AE. If you can think of anything I've forgotten or have any changes, please send me a message.

      This list is useful when making a list of all the MODs your 20th has. Once you have upgraded some stock part just remove it from the list, and type your new MOD in place of the stock part. Print it out and you have a great list of MODs to bring with your car to shows, GTGs, etc.

      Here it is in quotes:

      Quote »

      VOLKSWAGEN 2003 20TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION GTI
      4,000 units total in the U.S. and 200 units total in Canada
      Cars will be numbered via a dash plaque (Canadian cars not numbered)

      POWERTRAIN
      • 1.8t turbocharged 180 bhp @ 5500 rpm with 173 lb-ft torque @ 1950 rpm
      • 6-speed MQ350/O2M350 manual transmission

      BRAKES & SUSPENSION
      • 12.3 inch front rotors, 10 inch rear vented rotors, red powder-coated calipers (all from Audi TT)
      • Eibach springs that are 20% stiffer than stock, 23mm RSB, 21 FSB, gas charged Monroe shocks, metal/rubber rear bushings, 30mm drop

      EXTERIOR
      • Colors: Black Magic Pearl, Jazz Blue & Imola Yellow
      • 18" R32 Wheels (Produced by OZ)
      • Michelin Pilot Sport 225/40-ZR18 tires
      • Votex body kit with front valence, side skirts, rear valence and hatch spoiler
      • Side mirrors painted gloss black
      • Darkened headlamp housings
      • Red retro GTI logo on front grill and retro rabbit badge along with red retro GTI logo on rear
      • Chrome 2.25" exhaust tip with full chrome underbody piping

      INTERIOR
      • Black interior with black headliner
      • Recaro seats silver/grey and black
      • Red-lined seat belts
      • European instrument cluster with aluminum trim bezels
      • Brushed aluminum interior trim (complete kit)
      • Leather-wrapped 3-point steering wheel
      • Silver/grey stitching on steering wheel, shift boot and handbrake knob
      • Special golf ball shift knob similar to original GTI shift knob
      • Silver/grey trimmed floor mats
      • Aluminum pedals with rubber inserts
      • Silver GTI door sills
      • Monsoon Sound System
      • Sunroof

      peace
      -addison


      Modified by addm at 2:52 PM 12-29-2003


      Modified by addm at 9:48 PM 5-16-2004


    31. 12-07-2003 09:24 PM #31
      Here is the same complete list of all the MODs, parts, changes, etc., that come with the 337. If you can think of anything I've forgotten or have any changes, please send me a message.

      Here it is in quotes:

      Quote »

      VOLKSWAGEN 2002 GTI 337
      1500 units total in the U.S and 250 units total in Canada

      POWERTRAIN
      • 1.8t turbocharged 180 bhp @ 5500 rpm with 173 lb-ft torque @ 1950 rpm
      • 6-speed MQ350/O2M350 manual transmission

      BRAKES & SUSPENSION
      • 12.3 inch front rotors, 10 inch rear vented rotors, red powder-coated calipers (all from Audi TT)
      • Eibach springs that are 20% stiffer than stock, 23mm RSB, 21 FSB, gas charged Monroe shocks, metal/rubber rear bushings, 30mm drop

      EXTERIOR
      • Color: Reflex Silver
      • 18" BBS RC Wheels with ball shot peened finish
      • Michelin Pilot Sport 225/40-ZR18 tires
      • Votex body kit with front valence, side skirts, rear valence and hatch spoiler
      • GTI 25th Anniversary badges on front grill and rear
      • Chrome 2.25" exhaust tip with full chrome underbody piping

      INTERIOR
      • Black interior with grey headliner
      • Recaro seats red/black
      • Red-lined seat belts
      • Brushed aluminum interior trim
      • Leather-wrapped 3-point steering wheel
      • Red stitching on steering wheel, shift boot and handbrake knob
      • Special golf ball shift knob similar to original GTI shift knob
      • Red trimmed floor mats
      • Aluminum pedals with rubber inserts
      • Silver GTI door sills
      • Monsoon Sound System

      peace
      -addison


      Modified by addm at 2:52 PM 12-29-2003


      Modified by addm at 9:49 PM 5-16-2004


    32. 12-10-2003 09:56 AM #32
      Here is my Contribution.
      D.I.Y. Short Shifter

    33. 01-03-2004 06:23 PM #33
      How to remove and paint your grill. This is also posted in the MK4 section. I am posting this here because there was some interest from 20AE owners.

      http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=1176153


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      01-05-2004 09:24 PM #34
      Quote, originally posted by daskdfreich »
      If anyone is looking for a quality wrench for the BBS center caps, the part that you need is # 5923009 .

      This is made by BBS Design for the RC. It contacts the center cap on six sides so there is no slipping. It is a high quality piece and much, much better than the one that came from VW.

      Price $12.00

      Contact Eric at the Tire Rack @ (800) 428-8355 Ext. 391
      The customer service was great.

      Quote, originally posted by GTI4ME »


      BBS Center Cap Removal Tool

      Available @ http://www.tomassporttuning.com/products.html

      A necessary item for all GTI 337 owners, this official BBS tool is designed to easily remove the center caps without damaging the chrome finish. This is also designed to work with all BBS RC wheels that are featured as OEM on some Audi A6's. This item is much more solid then the similar tool offered by VW dealerships. Small enough to keep in the car at all times because you never know when you might have to use it.



    35. 01-08-2004 12:58 PM #35
      how to paint a W8 console to match a black headliner

      http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=1183190


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