badly need oem rubber mats
or the blue piping black cloth ones
Alright, so I filled and after about 1.5 quarts, it started flowing out the side hole.
Is this normal?
I thought we were supposed to fill it up to 2.1 quarts?
Either way, I took it for a drive after and it feels like butter.
Top it off with the oil change and today's wash, it's niceeee.
hah no need to be jealous!
and thanks VW-G, I'm still due to roll the fenders and purchase the coils, but soon!
I've been driving her over the last couple of days and everything is jiving just nicely.
Things the car BADLY needs:
clay bar and wax
oem rubber mats or good oem mats
If anybody has a lead on the latter, I'm def interested.
Other than that, I'm just going to keep knocking out maintenance.
Next up, brakes and wheel bearings.
I love the Meguiar's kits.
Most of my cleaning stuff is from them.
Not enough shade and being away from home too often leaves me without time to do this.
But I cannot wait! The car will be like butter when it's all said and done.
PartsHaus.com is a good site to get parts from, prices are reasonable too. They are right by my house so I usually order my stuff and go pick it up
edit: They don't have a huge selection yet, but their main site 'europaparts' is how they started I believe, all Audi stuff. Recently they started doing VW stuff.
Last edited by Insan3Vr6; 07-06-2012 at 10:26 AM.
Yeah, wish we had a parts place nearby we could drive to.
I checked the link, prices are nice.
But there are no rear rotors, wheel bearings and such.
The plan is to replace brake pads, rotors and bearings all around.
I'd like to spend under $300 for all of it.
I swapped tails for fun
waiting on the rear nozzle cover piece, and a highline badge.
and I finally found some good mats, thanks to my good bro Joeslow.
I got a lil trigger happy with the degreaser. but they came out well.
Last edited by PKstrategy; 07-06-2012 at 11:22 AM.
Love both your cars man Oh and you gotta trim those weeds
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