That sucks and good luck, but, how's that beer?
New floor mats, antenna delete, major cleaning, stress bars, sway bars, corner balance again, brakes, fluid flush, fixed the drivers rear window...again, cleaned some more, and took a picture at my favorite Thai restaurant.
You shouldn'ta done that, he's just a boy.
He's talking about the control arms, axles and such.
Good choice when you wanna run wide wheels with low offsets.
I was going to do it on the Jetta to run my ML's...but not worth the effort/cost for me.
Drove the Jetta and fixed the wipers a lil.
Smashed subframe on some unfamiliar bumps in Queens.
90-92 1.8L 100mm Mk2 Axles
Mk2 Control Arms
Here is a thread for it by Sam (aka SuperBacon)... Very well put together thread with recently updated links and such:
I got all new EVERYTHING for about $260. Not bad for a nearly full front end refresh and some extra space. If you find things used, you can do it for even cheaper.
Talked to my friend at a local shop about getting a TT testpipe installed a month before I am due for emissions. I love AZ, if it doesn't throw a code, they don't care.
'97 GTI VR6: GIAC, Schrick Intake Manifold, TT-catback.
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'13 Jetta Sportwagen TDi DSG Tempest Blue - Stock, for now
Well I yanked off the z3 fenders and put them on my chicks jetta they look way better on her car for some reason even tho they are what they are but hey I now have oem fenders on the GTI . I cranked the front down a bit more and im going to take the helpers out soon. I also installed my euro switch (thanks Pineapple). And started to un-murder out the GTI.
zip tied my headlight from falling out...
Gotta those broken plastic tabs.
epoxied a side molding on.