Looks like they fit real nice, most after market parts don’t
Get the Mrs to sit in the drivers seat with her foot on the brake
If you stack it then, she has something to laugh at
Try here mate for a big nut box
A mate of mine is selling this bus, one of the best original Splitscreens I’ve seen
Everything is for sale at the right offer :eek:
Drove down Sunday for the show and shine and swap meet only to find out it was on Saturday, well organise with these adverts :mad:[ATTACH][ATTACH]
I'm posting this with a heavy heart...
As much as love my VW’s, they take up too much of my time and I am struggling to keep up with the everyday...
Lighter one does it for me :cool:
Nice score Brad, always wanted to do this as well, they had a farther son class at Hillbrook but I couldn’t talk my son into doing it, ended up...
You me both
Measure how much you want to go up, say 20mm, jack bus up until tyres are 50mm off ground and put jack stands under beam, put 25mm timber under tyres...
[ATTACH] Might need a new seal as well, seal size 25x36x7
[ATTACH] Maybe just a screw adjustment on the steering box, undo the lock nut and turn screw clockwise, 2mm and see if that makes a difference,...
Not Brad’s bus, and not low profile, whitewalls
Not today but a little while ago I took the Ghia up to Mt Mee[ATTACH][ATTACH]
[ATTACH] To me it looks about one inch lower than stock ( yes that’s why bump stops are removed) it’s also on 14’s not 15’s
Photo of stock height...
Beam doesn’t move, trailing arms go down, making bus higher
UNDER BEAM, sorry to yell
I ran 165’s but you have bay rims and they are wider, see if you can run 185’s with the right load rating
The “ET” is how far the inner part of the wheel sits on the rim part of the wheel, so if the inner part is removed and the rim is pushed in further...
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