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bananaskin

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PostSubject: Fitting Coileys on a mk4 polo   Fitting Coileys on a mk4 polo EmptyTue Sep 14 2010, 22:30

Guide anywhere?

Cheers, this is if i decide to try myself.
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PostSubject: Re: Fitting Coileys on a mk4 polo   Fitting Coileys on a mk4 polo EmptyWed Sep 15 2010, 08:54

if you need a guide you shouldnt be anywhere near a spanner Razz take a wheel off and have a look dude.
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PostSubject: Re: Fitting Coileys on a mk4 polo   Fitting Coileys on a mk4 polo EmptyWed Sep 15 2010, 08:55

Undo the two bolts on the back of the hub, push the hub/bottom arm away from the bottom of the shock, then undo the top mount, remove and replace with the coilover. It's a really simple job if you just look at it first to get your head round it. Though saying that most of the nuts are a b***h to undo without an impact wrench.
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PostSubject: Re: Fitting Coileys on a mk4 polo   Fitting Coileys on a mk4 polo EmptyWed Sep 15 2010, 11:21

max wrote:
Undo the two bolts on the back of the hub, push the hub/bottom arm away from the bottom of the shock, then undo the top mount, remove and replace with the coilover. It's a really simple job if you just look at it first to get your head round it. Though saying that most of the nuts are a b***h to undo without an impact wrench.

should do the topmount first really, but yeah what he said.
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PostSubject: Re: Fitting Coileys on a mk4 polo   Fitting Coileys on a mk4 polo EmptyWed Sep 15 2010, 18:10

your all forgetting the important bit, before the coilies go on you MUST take the assister springs out and wind the adjuster as far down as you possibly can.
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PostSubject: Re: Fitting Coileys on a mk4 polo   Fitting Coileys on a mk4 polo EmptyWed Sep 15 2010, 19:24

billybug wrote:
your all forgetting the important bit, before the coilies go on you MUST take the assister springs out and wind the adjuster as far down as you possibly can.

this man has a point. I had to take mine off again Fitting Coileys on a mk4 polo Icon_lol
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