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    Thread: *** NEW : MKV Density Line Engine Mount & Dogbone mount - 169US SHIPPED

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      04-08-2009 07:30 PM #51
      Quote, originally posted by INA »
      Thanks Bob G.

      I hacked out the old bushing tonight waiting for the INA bushings.
      Ill have a little easier way for removing the old and installing the new bushing without completely dropping the sub-frame . I wil post up pic's and basic hand tools needed to get this job done . Bob.G
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      I'd say you have nothing to worry about, but then again.....you are driving a modified VW. You have EVERYTHING to worry about!!!
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    2. 04-09-2009 12:50 AM #52
      Quote, originally posted by rracerguy717 »
      I hacked out the old bushing tonight waiting for the INA bushings.
      Ill have a little easier way for removing the old and installing the new bushing without completely dropping the sub-frame . I wil post up pic's and basic hand tools needed to get this job done . Bob.G

      I thought about the same thing, but the upper mount must be impossible to reach without removing the subframe.
      The lower can be done though.

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      04-09-2009 05:20 AM #53
      Quote, originally posted by GolfRS »
      I thought about the same thing, but the upper mount must be impossible to reach without removing the subframe.
      The lower can be done though.

      There was plenty of room from the bottom to do remove the top mount you just need to cut out the center rubber portion before you cut the outer plastic case. Bob.G
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      Quote Originally Posted by jhines_06gli View Post
      I'd say you have nothing to worry about, but then again.....you are driving a modified VW. You have EVERYTHING to worry about!!!
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    4. 04-09-2009 06:38 AM #54
      Quote, originally posted by rracerguy717 »
      There was plenty of room from the bottom to do remove the top mount you just need to cut out the center rubber portion before you cut the outer plastic case. Bob.G

      I agree, but the problem lies with installing the upper mount, which seems impossible without removing the subframe, since you can't just squeeze it through the lower hole....
      I wonder if just the lower mount would be more than enough for the desired effect, since that is the
      point most of the flexing occurs.By "solidifying" the lower mount, there should be little to zero flexing of the upper mount as well...I think...

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      04-09-2009 06:10 PM #55
      Quote, originally posted by GolfRS »
      I agree, but the problem lies with installing the upper mount, which seems impossible without removing the subframe, since you can't just squeeze it through the lower hole....


      Big [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] to INA for quick service, received my mount today after only 2 days product looks well produced. I will be installing them tomorrow night I will take some pic's . Bob.G
      p.s. Ill be install it with 2 thick washers a little smaller than the bushing putting one on each side ( 1 on top of the top mount and 1 on the bottom of the bottom mount ). I will then take a C clamp and squeeze them together.
      Read below about mine and other fsi stage 3 owners bad experience and poor results with APR and there Stage 3 Kits. http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...ge-3-dyno-runs
      Quote Originally Posted by jhines_06gli View Post
      I'd say you have nothing to worry about, but then again.....you are driving a modified VW. You have EVERYTHING to worry about!!!
      -J. Hines

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      04-11-2009 07:59 PM #57
      Quote, originally posted by rracerguy717 »

      p.s. Ill be install it with 2 thick washers a little smaller than the bushing putting one on each side ( 1 on top of the top mount and 1 on the bottom of the bottom mount ). I will then take a C clamp and squeeze them together.

      Well with plan B today LOL
      Had to take the sub-frame down completely really not that bad I could not fit them when sub-frame is in place . Just used a vise as shown on page 1 to push them in .
      Only thing you should do is put a big leading edge chamfer on the O.D. of the mounts so they slip in easier .
      I will give a review next week after I finish a few other things on the car and get driving it again . Bob.G
      Read below about mine and other fsi stage 3 owners bad experience and poor results with APR and there Stage 3 Kits. http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...ge-3-dyno-runs
      Quote Originally Posted by jhines_06gli View Post
      I'd say you have nothing to worry about, but then again.....you are driving a modified VW. You have EVERYTHING to worry about!!!
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    8. 04-12-2009 11:33 PM #58
      anyone know where i can buy this whole assembly? i recently cracked mine and in need of a replacememnt of whatevers on the pic below... Id like to go to my dealership as my last resort as I know they will charge me out the a55... any help would be greatful... thanks in advance!!!
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      04-13-2009 01:35 PM #59
      Waiting on side mounts!!! Come on

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      04-13-2009 01:45 PM #60
      Quote, originally posted by cb8xfactor »
      anyone know where i can buy this whole assembly? i recently cracked mine and in need of a replacememnt of whatevers on the pic below... Id like to go to my dealership as my last resort as I know they will charge me out the a55... any help would be greatful... thanks in advance!!!
      Pls. PM me

      Thats the sub-frame .
      PM JC here on the tex he is the parts Guru @ Douglas and im sure he can help you out . Bob.G
      Read below about mine and other fsi stage 3 owners bad experience and poor results with APR and there Stage 3 Kits. http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...ge-3-dyno-runs
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      I'd say you have nothing to worry about, but then again.....you are driving a modified VW. You have EVERYTHING to worry about!!!
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      04-13-2009 08:20 PM #61
      Quote, originally posted by rracerguy717 »
      Thats the sub-frame .
      PM JC here on the tex he is the parts Guru @ Douglas and im sure he can help you out . Bob.G

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      04-16-2009 08:51 AM #62
      Any news on the side mounts, INA!

    13. 04-24-2009 12:56 PM #63
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    15. 05-02-2009 10:30 PM #65
      Hows it coming on the tranny mount? Im loving these mounts but Im sure the tranny mount would totally set this up!

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      05-03-2009 11:30 AM #66
      Quote, originally posted by raven6t9 »
      Hows it coming on the tranny mount? Im loving these mounts but Im sure the tranny mount would totally set this up!

      Hopefully these are released VERY SOON.
      I cant wait to offer up the complete sets to the 2.0T crowd.
      The 1.8T crowd have been having too much fun for too long....
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      05-03-2009 02:26 PM #67
      Part number for all the bolts that need to be replaced? Any certain thread goop used? Thanks.
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      05-04-2009 09:41 AM #68
      No threadlock or antiseize needed. DIYs on my site for replacing engine/transmission side mounts: http://www.golfmkv.net/blog/archives/32 http://www.golfmkv.net/blog/archives/35
      P/Ns for bolts...
      Dogbone:
      -to-tranny- 1x N 102 048 04
      1x N 104 548 01
      -to-subframe- 1x N 105 580 01
      Engine Side:
      -to-engine- 2x N 105 524 01
      -to-body- 1x N 905 969 02
      1x N 910 296 02
      Transmission Side:
      -to-transmission- 3x N 105 524 01
      -to-body- 4x 905 969 02



      Modified by 2pt0tee at 9:50 AM 5-4-2009

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      05-04-2009 09:49 AM #69
      I believe you're suppose to replace all subframe bolts when removed.
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      05-04-2009 09:51 AM #70
      Nope, not necessary. I've dropped my carrier assembly 3 times now w/o replacing any subframe bolts.
      Engine mount bolts on the other hand I'll only re-use once... and since I did my t-belt the engine side bolts got re-used once, and during the clutch install the transmission side got re-used... so when I put in the new mounts I replaced all the bolts listed above.

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      05-04-2009 10:23 AM #71

      Just saying it looks important in a certified manual.
      That from from the other page. Now you're saying I should replace them all? Would I get a set of bolts sent to me when you guys update the kits?


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      05-04-2009 10:40 AM #72
      Yeah... its funny though, go to a dealer and ask the techs how often they replace those bolts. Most dealerships don't even stock the common stretch bolts BECAUSE THEY RARELY REPLACE THEM. Food for thought. Your car, so if you want to spend a few bucks for extra insurance, go for it... but in my experience the subframe bolts can be reused a few times. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      05-04-2009 10:46 AM #73
      Quote, originally posted by 2pt0tee »
      Yeah... its funny though, go to a dealer and ask the techs how often they replace those bolts. Most dealerships don't even stock the common stretch bolts BECAUSE THEY RARELY REPLACE THEM. Food for thought. Your car, so if you want to spend a few bucks for extra insurance, go for it... but in my experience the subframe bolts can be reused a few times. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

      If left up to VW owners...every bolt would get replaced.
      The only bolts I do not reuse are my crankshaft & camshaft bolts.
      Everything else I have reused and that does not make me a hack or an "el cheapo".
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      05-04-2009 12:31 PM #74
      Quote, originally posted by INA »
      If left up to VW owners...every bolt would get replaced.
      The only bolts I do not reuse are my crankshaft & camshaft bolts.
      Everything else I have reused and that does not make me a hack or an "el cheapo".

      LOL... too true...
      I re-used my camshaft and camframe bolts... oh well... 45k miles since and they're still holding fine [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      05-06-2009 03:27 PM #75
      just ordered subframe mount. cant wait to get this. should help

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