Steering wheel doesn't have as much slop. Go figure.
anyways, got a pair of adjustable struts, see what kind of damage I can do to my Sun Beetle. I've been reading other super threads and I need to get on making a skid plate for my control arms. And I'm debating weather or not to cut out my spare tire are and weld it higher so my tie rods don't bump it. Still don't know If i want to go that low.
Another thing, bought an OG padded steering wheel. trying to get the inside all back to it's orignial feel. Wood grain dash, the shift knob, sun beetle emblem. All that shiz. Wish me luck on finding all that stuff.. haaha
I was planning on ordering the lowered sway bar n chit from Topline, but they went on vacation or something like that It was not my intentions to go this long with the camber iin front, I don;t like it much either. I haven't noticed any understeer it feels a lot more controled. On the bagged super topic though, you would have to cut the sh!t out of it to get the bags to fit properly. It'd be a cool thing to do but lot of work.There was a semi thread on here where guy did it, it looks really good, but lots of cutting.
I haven't posted in awhile. I had her running as a daily then some weird tranny problem started coming up. it's confusing so bare with me.
I will start the car in first, from first to second and so on. But when I drive it all day I will be at a stop, I will put the gear in the first gear spot, but it actualy goes into 3rd. and 2 gear acts like its in 4th. if that makes since? It's like 1st and 2nd gear aren't existent. and it's interment. Any similar problems? corrections i was thinking syncros but I know little to nothing about trannys.
Like Jade said... the bushing under the rear seat is super easy to replace and very affordable. But I was having a similar issue and it turned out to be the shift bushing in the tunnel right behind where the shifter drops down in the tunnel.
The bushing is very cheap, and not super difficult to replace.