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  1. Year of manufacture: 1997 Mileage: 150,000 Price: £2500 ono Swap: Would consider swap or px for mk1 / mk2 golf either 8v or 16v Location: Nr Oxford Contact details: malcolm_walton@hotmail.com Condition: good Service history: some Mot expiry Date:13 April 2017 Taxed: 01 November 2016 Description VW Golf MK3 VR6, 2.8litre, petrol, all leather interior, electric windows and sunroof, abs. multi cd changer. The only modifications are springs lowered by 10mm, and a strut brace(under), both improved handling. http://s1210.photobucket.com/user/grumbler10/library/Grum
  2. thanks all, there is a ford galaxy part that fits like charm. so I got that for 40 bucks and its all gra-hey-vy
  3. also worth mentioning, is that there is a protective layer to peel off, and also a sticky layer to peel off. so cut it to shape stick it to light THEN peel off protective outside layer.
  4. Hi, I noticed that one of my hoses has split on the air intake, but speaking to garages they are unable to supply the individual part, but they can supply the whole intake piece for 130£. Hopefully one of you can ID the part I need, please see the attached pdf. cheers me dears air_intake.pdf
  5. how do you fit this tinted film? 1) do you need to remove the headlight? 2) do you need a heatgun? spank u
  6. Thanks all, for the answers, useful information all round. Not sure yet, I wanted to chew it over before I made a decision. I really wanted the biggest alloys without arch mods, 30mm drop and not too concered about width and et. Maybe something like; Borbet RS Nearest size to standard rim sizeSize:7 x 17 Offset:38 PCD:5 x 100
  7. Hi, just brought a completely original highline and am thinking of alloys and lowering and could do with some advice re wheel sizes, handling and rubbin. I'm used to a MK1 golf and MK3 Polo handling (much lighter handling), and find the MK3 heavy in comparrison. Having lowered a couple of cars I know this improves the handling if done right. Does the VR6 fit 17in wheels, without having to do arch modifications? Does the VR6 fit 17in wheels, with 30mm lowering springs (not coilovers), without having to do arch modifications? I read some other posts in these forums and they suggested that
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