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I just seen these posts. Man you guys work fast even before I could agree to anything, you already have them made and sold a few
Last edited by VRT; 08-26-2012 at 09:56 PM.
the difference in the rear from 2wd to awd shocks
Did I mention I'm no longer VRT
Ive been keeping tabs on you
Clutchmasters is nice.....
Axles look good too. Are you plus suspension or still running the Rallye rear control arms?
I have the passat rear. I think it's the same as a rallye.
Dogger- I had this name for a very long time and I'd have to change every forum that I have ever logged on too. No chance. Who knows, another vrt isn't out of my reach for a daily/winter beater
I placed the syncro coilovers on the rear trailing arm. This is a photo of the coilovers at the highest level
If you haven't noticed the rear breaks are eurospec big break kit. That now have to go
Last edited by VRT; 06-21-2010 at 09:59 PM.
did you not see the pic with the 2 rears in comparsion
most people have used the rear passat axles and cut it 10mm to fit the rear. But I only had the haldex axles from the TT. I was told that these solid axles cannot be cut short because VW heat treats them. So the machine shop made shorter shafts from me with a set of hollow front axles.
These will be my spare set. DSS will make a custom set for this application capable to hold 500AWD
No, your arent S....I was also understood that all the OE axles can be shortened too.....
Hanz (my machinist wizard) said he just needs to see the axles/prop shaft, and stated "most likely yes".
I guess it has to do with the capabilities of the machine shop/machinist.
BUT...DSS axles arent bad either and I hear they have done a few of these awd sets.
VRT are you plus suspension? or G60? If you stated elswhere I apologize for not finding it...
The hollow front sets can be done but the solid rears cannot. DDS said the same thing. They will make a new set not cut my old set.
I am + suspension
they are passat arms. Not sure what they are considered