So after several weeks of waiting for parts, then getting them.. now having my wisdom teeth removed and just mounds of bad timing, I finally had to have her taken to a shop.. Ill be on Percocet for another week and I don't know my ass from a hole in the ground and I need my car done by the time I come off these things. So there she goes..
1. Wouldn't start
2. Broke the oil dipstick tube (yeah i know, easy fix)
3. Im high as a kite.
So i didnt feel like fooling with it..
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Originally Posted by Shameless
The OEM clutch in a mk4 VW is more forgiving than a Canadian.
Getting it on not so bad. Getting it off the truck. So many boards.
Nooo? With the bed extended fully and pressured lightly on the ground so when the front wheels come off it don't bounce up and do damage; should be find with one board maybe not even. That front lip is nothing, it has flex in it enough that it dragging on the bed wont do anything. Biggest thing to watch out with lowered cars and trucks is the tail pipes.
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2000 Volkswagen Jetta MK4 2.0 GLS 5 Speed | VDuB4LyF
Magnaflow Cat-back Exhaust system, ASA AR1 Black w/chrome lip, Raceland coilover springs, Boser hood, Short Ram air intake, 8mm front, 16mm back Forge Wheel Spacers, Driver side Raxle.
1994 Ford Ranger Sport 3.0 4x4 Automatic | TyTy4x4
Magnaflow Duel exit Exhaust, BF GoodRich All-Terrain Tires.
GLI lips don't really flex. They're pretty solid. And yes, backing off a flat bed is much worse. I've seen someone in a MK4 on bags and fully aired up, rip his bumper off. Back off and pulling on give different stress points on the tabs/screws for the lips.
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