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Whiteline Rear ARB - Fitting & Pics

Discussion in 'Ibiza Mk4 (2002-2008)' started by kriso, Jan 3, 2008.

  1. Aimez

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    Things on vehicles should be checked a few miles after they are fitted it is common sense, nothing to do with reliably. Things come loose why else do we check wheel nuts a few miles after having a wheel removed?

    I have the wrong sizes U bolts and too smaller bolts went to me by white line!:rolleyes:
     
  2. Joshh

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    Fitted mine today with no ramps just me squeezed under the car, just jacked up under the sill to raise the beam to the shock bolt hole!
     
  3. cupra.al

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    its good practice to check newly fitted bolts and nuts etc after the first drive that way they can safely be forgotton about.
     
  4. Aimez

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    As I just said :rolleyes:
     
  5. Aimez

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    Bit dangerous then car could have fallen on you :blink:
     
  6. cupra.al

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    yeah i noticed that after lol i worded it better though :p
     
  7. Aimez

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    Not really you never forget about nuts and bolts should always get tapped when the car is inspected anyway.
     
  8. laz1

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    hi, i know this is a fairly old thread, but ive been looking at getting these, and the prices quoted earlier in the post are completely different to the ones im finding.
    also ive searched on google and it says for my 57 plate ibiza fr that i need the 'bwf18z' which is £125 ex vat. but on ebay it says the 'bwr19z' which is £156. Im confused about the difference in products and price, and also what one i need?
    hope you can help, scn seems really informative!
     
  9. christy06

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    I think i will invest in one of these, I'm thinking of getting a 2007 Seat Ibiza 1.4, and if the steering is anything like my 1999 Seat Ibiza 1.4 then taking a corner at anything over 35 is a little scary. Anything that improves handling is a plus for me, but I'm not sure if i would have to declare it?
     
  10. Badger

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    BWF18Z = Front ARB

    BWR19Z = Rear ARB

    See here
     
    #150 Badger, Jan 9, 2013
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  11. FR_MATT

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    I declared mine, it didn't make any difference to the price as I had coilovers declared already
     

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