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  • in reply to: mk2 Jetta syncro cl – now 1.8t #23639
    conor
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    Over four years later and I popped back in to read my old build thread. I still have this car, although it is not being driven at the moment.

    I’m looking forward to getting back behind the wheel of it. I have loads of new parts to fit, wishbones, shocks, a brake caliper, propshaft bearings etc!

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    in reply to: mk2 Jetta syncro cl – now 1.8t #23638
    conor
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    in reply to: Posting #23637
    conor
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    further update, the issue seems to be with posts that have images in them. When I post without trying to embed an image then it posts fine, with an embedded image it wont show the post. I posted an update to my thread in members cars and it showed fine. However when I edited it and added the image it has deleted the post!

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    in reply to: Posting #23633
    conor
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    I tried to reply to my thread in members car also and my new post it not showing. Then when I try post again a message displays:

    “Error: Duplicate reply detected; it looks as though you’ve already said that.”

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    in reply to: Got there, doing it again! Golf country rebuild. #22962
    conor
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    Looks like you caught it in time 🙂

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    conor
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    Very cool, so that would be have been made for a rally prepared golf rallye? I wonder how different it is inside? Could the diff have limited slip?

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    in reply to: Got there, doing it again! Golf country rebuild. #22889
    conor
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    That should make for a very noticeable improvement!

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    in reply to: Got there, doing it again! Golf country rebuild. #22868
    conor
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    Good work, seems like it was a good thing you stripped it all down. Would the most cost effective not be to get the subframe blasted, weld up where needed, primer/satin black and pump the water trap areas full of cavity wax?

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    in reply to: Got there, doing it again! Golf country rebuild. #22844
    conor
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    Excellent work, look forward to more photos

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    in reply to: Got there, doing it again! Golf country rebuild. #22816
    conor
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    Id take 180 euro for the manifold and downpipe, that is what they are standing me. If you are interested I can get some photos at the weekend.

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    in reply to: Got there, doing it again! Golf country rebuild. #22806
    conor
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    Wow great work! By the way if you decide on a g60 exhaust then I think I have a G60 syncro cast manifold and downpipe in my garage somewhere

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    in reply to: Golf MK2 8v gti Syncro #22525
    conor
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    Very nice, something I’d love to do with my own car

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    in reply to: Got there, doing it again! Golf country rebuild. #22492
    conor
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    Great progress, thanks for posting info about the e30 prop carrier bearing. I need to replace both the front and back ones on my Jetta syncro. Did someone weld custom mounts onto your chassis to attach the different bearing bracket to?

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    in reply to: Got there, doing it again! Golf country rebuild. #22049
    conor
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    Nice Country, look forward to seeing the progress. I saw this on facebook , you have a T25 Syncro too yes?

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    in reply to: brake upgrades #22048
    conor
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    Oh fuck, sorry about that, I didn’t study the photos, just went by the advert titles.

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