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How can i find some Volkswagen gti 4 lug rims?

December 25th, 2010 · No Comments

I have a 1998 volkswagen gti, i’m trying to get the stock wheels with all the spokes thats on the volkswagen r32 look on my car. but they have five lug unless there universal. it it possible or do i have to do a conversion?
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How do I change the front wheel bearings on a 1993 Volkswagen Fox?

December 24th, 2010 · No Comments

Most DIY sites list pretty generic instructions that don’t seem to cover everything. I am struggling with even getting the brakes off!
A: Take it to a garage. They are pressed in and if you don’t have the tools to get them out and press the new ones in,it’s hard to do.
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2003-2008 Hummer H2 SUV & SUT 6″ Performance Suspension System

February 12th, 2010 · No Comments

FRONT SUSPENSION INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Disconnect the negative terminal on the battery. With the vehicle on level ground set the emergency brake and block the rear tires. Jack up the front end of the truck and support the frame rails with jack stands. NEVER WORK UNDER AN UNSUPPORTED VEHICLE! Remove the front tires.
2. Locate the torsion bar adjusting cams and threaded bolts. Measure exposed threads of torsion bar adjusting bolts and record for reinstallation. Mark torsion bars indicating driver and passenger. Using a torsion bar removal tool unload the torsion bars and remove the torsion bar adjusters. Retain the hardware for reinstallation. NOTE- Do not attempt to unload or remove torsion bars without the proper torsion bar tool. Torsion Bars are under extreme spring load.
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2003-06 Hummer H2 4wd w/ 6″ Fabtech System FTS57000 Multiple Front Shock System

February 11th, 2010 · No Comments

INSTALLATION:
1. Disconnect the negative terminal on the battery. With the vehicle on level ground, set parking brake and block rear tires. Jack up front of vehicle and support under frame with jack stands. Remove the tires and wheels.
2. Working from driver side of vehicle, locate and remove the nut and washer that retains the stock lower control arm pivot bolt towards the rear of the vehicle. Do not remove the bolt, only the nut and washer. Locate the factory steering box bolt on the outside of the frame and remove. Save all the removed hardware.
3. Locate the Driver side upper shock hoop and place the rear leg mount over the stock rear lower control arm bolt and attach with the original nut and washer. Leave loose. SEE PHOTO BELOW.
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2000-2007 Classic Chevy/GMC 2WD C1500 P/U 7″ Performance Suspension System

October 11th, 2009 · No Comments

INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Disconnect the negative terminal on the battery. With the truck on level ground measure the trucks ride height from all four corners. Record the heights for use in the installation of the kit.
2. Jack up the front end of the truck and support the frame rails with jack stands. NEVER WORK UNDER AN UNSUPPORTED VEHICLE! Remove the front tires.
3. On both sides of the truck, remove the hardware securing the brake line to the spindle, discard hardware. Remove the bolts attaching the brake caliper to the spindle, save hardware. Remove the caliper and tie is up out of the way. DO NOT ALLOW THE CALIPER TO HANG BY THE BRAKE LINE! Remove the brake rotor. Remove the front sway bar end links and discard. Also, disconnect the ABS wire from the frame.
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1988-1998 Chevy/GMC 2WD C1500 P/U Ext. Cab V8 7″ Performance Suspension System

September 30th, 2009 · No Comments

INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Disconnect the negative terminal on the battery. Jack up the front end of the truck and support the frame rails with jack stands. NEVER WORK UNDER AN UNSUPPORTED VEHICLE! Remove the front tires.
2. Working from both sides of the truck, remove and discard the factory sway bar end links from the truck. Remove the sway bar from the truck and save with hardware.
3. Remove the bolts attaching the brake caliper to the spindle, save the hardware. Remove the caliper and tie it up and out of the way. DO NOT ALLOW THE CALIPER TO HANG BY THE BRAKE LINE! Remove the brake rotor and save. Remove the ABS / Dust Shield from the spindle and set them aside and save along with the hardware.
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2004-2009 Chevrolet Colorado & GMC Canyon ReadyLift Installation Instructions

September 1st, 2009 · No Comments

Position truck on a flat surface and lift vehicle by the frame so that the front wheels are off the ground. Use minimum 3 ton jack stands and place under frame for safety or a (2) two post lift if available. Make sure that the emergency brake is on and the rear wheels are blocked to prevent a rollout. Remove the front wheels. Unclip the ABS line from the upper control arm.
Unbolt the 13mm ABS line retaining bracket nut.
Unbolt the 21mm tie rod end nut.
Separate the tie rod end from the steering knuckle.
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1997-03 Ford 4WD F150, Super Crew & Expedition 6″ Performance Suspension System

August 17th, 2009 · No Comments

FRONT SUSPENSION INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Disconnect the negative terminal on the battery. With the vehicle on level ground set the emergency brake and block the rear tires. Jack up the front end of the truck and support the frame rails with jack stands. NEVER WORK UNDER AN UNSUPPORTED VEHICLE! Remove the front tires.
2. Locate the torsion bar adjusting cams and threaded bolts. Measure exposed threads of torsion bar adjusting bolts and record for reinstallation. Mark torsion bars indicating driver and passenger. Using a torsion bar removal tool unload the torsion bars and remove the crossmember and bars. Retain the hardware for reinstallation. NOTE- Do not attempt to unload or remove torsion bars without the proper torsion bar tool. Torsion Bars are under extreme spring load.
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1988 FWD AXLE SHAFT & CV JOINTS Toyota

September 11th, 2008 · No Comments

Axle shaft transfer power from transaxle to driving wheels. All axle shafts consist of a shaft and flexible Constant Velocity (CV) joint at each end. Inner CV joint is splined or bolted to transaxle. Outer CV joint is splined to hub assembly and secured by axle shaft nut. The inner and outer CV joints are enclosed by a CV joint boot. The boot maintains lubrication in the joint and prevents contamination from entering the joint. Boots must be replaced when signs of leakage or cracks are present. The Inner CV joint can be repair without replacing assembly. The outer CV joint must be replace as an assembly. There are 3 different types of axle shaft CV joints. The Double Offset Joint (DOJ). The Brifield Joint (BJ) and the Tripod Joint (TJ), (sometimes referred as tripod).
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