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XUD9TE wrote:After a few months I got it mot'ed and was driving it daily. One thing I did notice that wasn't working once I started driving it was the odometer. It's stuck on a 186k so god knows how many miles this thing has done.
james butler wrote:bu the way nice rocco
i really like the way that looks so i would leave it alone if you can.
i don think ive seen to many blue ones??
i would love to run my rocco as a daily again, but the state of cars and driving these days actually worries me to take it out nowadays.
XUD9TE wrote:The suspension is pretty tired on the car and a set of coilovers works out cheaper than a set of standard shocks and springs
james butler wrote:one thing to watch out for as well is your camber is going to be out if your messing with suspension so make sure you take measurements before you take it apart!!
this is a jig i made specifically for measuring camber with the weight on the suspension BEFORE taking it apart.
after its just a case of slapping it back together with the jig attached and adjust till its the same reading as before.
alternatively take it to a reputable garage that has facilities to do camber.
i took mine to vw the first time and they robbed me of £280 for the pleasure!!!!!!!!
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