Drove the new family member home in it
1 BALL MOD
HORRIBLE picture quality...but there it is...cargo carrier!
I have a 4" rise adapted but I have to modify it...because it hits the bumper before the pins align
in the picture it's installed straight on the hitch and it's ~3" from the ground when empty...
I can only imagine when loaded...
ill have to modify it later tonight
Sold my VWR (Eibach) springs to some punk from Syracuse. Black, automatic, 2.5 Jetta, with a Jetta R GT style rear spoiler (horribly painted), some aftermarket rear bumper, 16 inch black wheels with red lip, some eBay halo headlights, and red front bumper mouldings. Whatever, I didn't say anything as long as I got my money... lol
modified the 4" rise adapter...had to notch 2in off the back
now it clears the bumper with just under 1/4 in to spare
and with the basket installed
Installed the CTS Catch Can, no fitment issues. Looks great, will update after a few weeks on fluid accumulation. Also installed the Honeycomb Conversion Kit... Word to the wise: You'll need a new front emblem with it. Found that out a little too late. Otherwise, it looks great, no fitment issues. K04 goes in next week, D2 coilovers, and the front lip/side skirts.
2010 Jetta Wolfsburg 2.0T--H&R Sport Springs--Neuspeed P-Flo Intake--Eurojet 3" Turbo Back Exhaust--APR Stage II ECU Flash
Forge Diverter Valve--23mm ECS Rear Sway Bar--28mm H&R Front Sway Bar--APR Intercooler--ECS Dogbone Insert
Neuspeed Charge Air Pipe--Neuspeed Turbo Outlet Pipe--CTS Catch Can
Replaced the accessory belts, tensioners, and idler pulleys on my wife's 08 Jetta 2.5L. There is a DIY here if anyone is interested. http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...-Idler-Pulleys
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