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Just swapped mine. The old one is rusty but solid. Might be a good start for sand blasting and powdercoating. otherwise it's going in the scrap pile. Harrogate area.

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6 hours ago, yeha said:

Just swapped mine. The old one is rusty but solid. Might be a good start for sand blasting and powdercoating. otherwise it's going in the scrap pile. Harrogate area.

Got a couple of pics? Could organise my courier to collect it...

Also looking for some rear (non gti) springs anyone?

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I have the rusty set to match the axle...

Do you need the brakes? I was thinking of keeping the rear hub and stub axle for a future project but I'm not that bothered really.

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I have a set of TDI springs 

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Always willing accept freebies... just had one set of rear springs blasted and coated. The other SDI rear pair are beyond hope. A spare rear beam means I could get it done up and coated, then swap over to the other SDI and then repeat with minimal downtime.

Last weekend I derusted, rebuilt and resprayed the rear arches on one of the SDIs. God I can't believe how well they rust. Now properly shutsched and waxoyled. That will last.

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Just bought the passenger seat from a german car... should renew my interior nicely. Thanks, but not needed :)

 

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Yeah, alright, I'll have to owe you a beer. I'll have it. I'll PM you...

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