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Hello Andy, I am looking forward to converting my VW Bug SWING AXEL to I.R.S using your IRS Pivot Jig Tool, how many of these tools do I need? is there a left side and right side or one tool serves for both sides? Thanks
Hello Masoud, The IRS pivot jig tool, part #000155, is sold as a pair. One is for the left and one for the right. The reason there are two is you will need different offset angles to have the correct camber in the rear arms. Thanks for your question, AndyRead more...
Which master brake cylinder should I use on my 1974 beetle with disk brakes in front and standard drum brakes in the back
Hi Ken, If you are just converting a 1967 and newer standard VW Beetle to front disc and running the original rear drum brakes you will not need to change the master cylinder. The original master cylinder is the same as that on the Karmann Ghia with disc brakes. If you need a master cylinder, … Continue reading “Which master brake cylinder should I use on my 1974 beetle with disk brakes in front and standard drum brakes in the back”Read more...
Can you tell me what weight oil to used to break in a rebuilt 1600cc engine? Also, should the oil be detergent or non-detergent? Thanks
Hi Charles, This is a very common question that gets asked frequently. There are many opinions on this subject and the answers will vary depending on who you ask. For the sake of everyone that will read this post, I’d like to start from the beginning and talk about the assembly of the motor first. … Continue reading “Can you tell me what weight oil to used to break in a rebuilt 1600cc engine? Also, should the oil be detergent or non-detergent? Thanks”Read more...