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About Silver!

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  • Birthday 12/23/1961

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    Perth
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    Compulsive hoarding and being a grumpy old man

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    A Silver GTI and a Silver tractor...

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  1. Lower, wheels, GTI interior, keep it clean and enjoy.
  2. A mouse ate all the data. We had to make it sick to retrieve it. Mouse is doing well in Mouse Hospital.
  3. Silver!

    Lowering Springs

    Slimmer spring profile to the front: closer/progressive winding to bear the engine weight. Once you get them off you'll see see which go where. Rears are simple. The fronts not quite so as you need to remove the strut to strip the top and slide the spring off. Pretty sure it's tighter coils to the bottom.
  4. I prefer the benefit of better tyre choice over the OEM tyre size any day. ...you could always get a second set of wheels and run 195 RainSports for wetter months and 205 T*yos for summer show time.
  5. Vredestein Sportracs http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Tyre/Vredestein/Sportrac-3.htm UniRoyal Rainsports http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Tyre/Uniroyal/Rainsport-3.htm 👍🏽
  6. Brand new OEM rear exhaust section for a GTI: £50 delivered brand new Bathurst still in box: £50 delivered
  7. Another, just for you...
  8. You realise there is a 50kg roof load limit? Which includes bars and box\rack etc. i use a 370l roofbox on VW roofbars.
  9. You need get reducer or spigot rings to ensure the wheel sits on the flange, which is what centres the wheel, not the bolts. You will need to know the dia. of the wheel centre and get one where the outer = that and the inner is 57.1mm for the flange. https://www.performancealloys.com/accessories/spigot-rings ...different to studs and nuts of old.
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