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Discussion in 'Readers Rides (SEAT)' started by Brettyboy, May 30, 2012.
like the door handles
Thanks,i bought them already carbon wrapped
Yesterday me & my bro fitted 25mm Eibach front arb,Polybushed wishbones & new ball joints
Anyone thinking of doing this i strongly advise to do it,handling is spot on & i no longer get rubbing from the driveshaft on right lock as hoops are slightly bigger or arb
Also gave it a service while it was up in the air
What exactly is involved in changing tha arb?
I have one lying under my bed but had a look and thought stuff that
Not to bad did it on axle stands,undertray down,dogbone off,exhaust bracket off,unbolt steering rack,drop links,drop subframe,unbolt arb clamps & arb fell out,fitting new 1 was pretty easy
I fitted 25mm eibach & i'm down 45-50mm & i get no rubbing
Got some 10mm spacers for the rear so going to raise the rear a tad & get rear wheels spaced out
Got a knock from the front going over pot holes have found out that on the jom's there is a nut the comes loose that course's the knock so going to strip front struts down & put some thread lock on,been on a year now so doing them good to strip & clean
Will hopefully be doing bumpers this year going to stay with pre facelift bumpers,plan is to do away with the rub strips on the bumpers & colour code
I've got a set of door moulding which are going to be colour coded
Got a good few plans but waiting on my Bro to do body work
going back a few months now, did you get them, if not it's easy enough to do yourself. just some masking tape and a tin of e-tech spray, £10 tops and there road legal. i did mine ages ago and they still look spot on.
No i didnt,i got a set of std lights for £20 & bought 2 cans of e tech,my bro works in a bodyshop & has the proper laquer so he's going to do them for me