Hi all -
Finally got settled down here in sunny Florida, and have some things for sale (shipping not included from 32507):
1) Alpine MRV-100 amp $100 OBO
Worked fine at time of removal (moved on to a higher powered amp for my subwoofer).
2) Blitzsafe iPod adapter $60
Works in 2002-2006...
Hey guys, i just ordered some wheel bearings for my 1998 AEB manual 1.8T passat and when the parts came in i checked them out before i got started on the job and i am not sure i have the right parts. i bought the parts from Germanautoparts.com here...
I need hub centric rings, aluminum ones at that and in 65.56mm to 57.1mm. Lakeshore had them but they wont let me even select a shipping method let alone a payment method and have no contact phone number. Great. 1010 tires is over priced and wont let me use my PO box credit card and ship to my...
Following Dave99's recommendation to use a PVC coupling ($10 for a 6" coupling) to remove a wheel hub, I had find a plate for the top of the coupling. Then it hit me:wrench:. I had an old rear rotor just sitting there being dumb. I inverted it and put it in place. one minute later the hub was...
I'm replacing driveaxles, started on the driver's side tonight. I removed the 30mm bolt, marked the strut bolts and removed them and removed the 6mm bex bolts form the transmission side. I'm having an issue freeing the outside end of the axle from the hub, is there a trick to this...
If I want to fit wheels with 57.1mm cb on a car with a 66.6mm hub, what are my options? I don't think they make hub rings for this. The only thing I can think of is using spacers. What are the easiest and cheapest ways? Thanks.
Looking to buy some wheel covers for my steelies. Prefer VW but am open to anything that looks nice as long as it's 16".....(no chrome please) Please e-mail pics to the address below if you have some.
has anyone done a hub to fender measurement on there B5, I would go and do it on my own but it snowed last night and I do not want to freeze my butt off to find it if someone else has done it.
Thanks A million:thumbup:
I have a set of AEZ wheels and they are no longer sold in the States. I am in need of a hub centric ring for one of them and I bought one that fits in the bore hole(69.85) and has the correct inner diameter for the VW hub (57.1) but it does not fit flush to the hub.
The bore hole is 69.85mm...
so i recently bought 8mm ecs spacers and bolts and put them on my car and i got a little wobble like the tires were unbalanced so i searched and discovered that anything under 10mm doesnt have a hub centric ring built in and that they can be bought?
so my first question being wheres the best...
Which of the three following methods for pulling out the rear hub on my 4mo sounds the least stupid? Note that the 4mo uses a deeply pressed bearing, not a shallow mount flanged bearing:
1) Screw 3 long bolts into the lug threads and seat them on the "knuckle". Crank them until the hub pulls...
OK, I thought I knew the answer but I'm second guessing myself now. I just repacked a CV joint, and I smeared a little (not a lot) of the CV joint grease on the axle splines where they fit into the hub. Is this OK? Required? Or should some other lubricant be used there?
Before anyone gives me the "Search Speech" I looked through the forum and couldnt find anything. So here comes the question.
Is there a DIY on how to replace the rear hub? anyone has any tips?
Thanks in advance.