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by Al Published on 01-07-2017 12:13 PM
Ok so some of you are aware and some are not. So please read carefully. Some of you use the likes of photobucket or similar to host there pictures. THIS IS A BAD IDEA as some of you have found out to your detriment! Forums and your content is ruined due to the use of 3rd party picture...
by Al Published on 13-08-2015 04:48 PM
“How To” Axle Flip a MK3 Caddy 2K the proper way, with the Just Caddys Saddle & Shackle kit Up until now your only option was to use the very heavy lowering brackets, which apart from added 8kgs of un-sprung weight, they also push the wheels forwards in the arch which can lead to...
by Al Published on 23-07-2015 08:21 PM
BLS to ASZ or ARL Engine Conversion Chances are that you are reading this because your Caddy that is fitted with the engine code BLS and has put a connecting rod through the block!?! Or you just want to just fit a stronger engine for an increase in power? Well this “how to” deals with...
by Al Published on 23-07-2015 07:24 PM
(How To) MK3 Caddy (2K) 6 Speed Gearbox Conversion This is a straight forward swap so long as you get all the parts you need from the donor vehicle which are: 02M 6 Speed Gearbox 02M 6Sp Flywheel and NEW Bolts 02M 6Sp Clutch Kit Inc. CSC (Concentric Slave Cylinder) 02M Gearbox Sandwich...
by Al Published on 03-10-2013 10:31 PM
A lot of people steer clear of swapping the VE (VerteilerPumpe) TDI engines into an older vehicles as they are unsure of how to overcome the DBW complication when they are used to cable operated accelerators. The common VE 1.9 Engines are the 1Z, AHU, AGR, ALH, AFN, AVG etc... The vehicles...
by Al Published on 08-03-2010 03:10 PM
MK1 The MK1 Caddy was fitted with 2 different types over its lifetime. VW do not show any specific cut of dates by chassis or other means but they are easy to identify. Early Type This a "pressure sensitive" regulator that is bolted direct to the chassis on the left side inner sil...
by Al Published on 11-02-2007 06:31 PM
AT YOUR OWN RISK… will take no responsibility in your workmanship. If you are in doubt then get a professional to do this work for you. Even better get me to do it ;) This how to, will presume you are competent with spanners and can weld or have somebody on hand to do the...
by Al Published on 23-04-2005 05:06 PM
This installation uses your original (OEM) window regulators, and the motors from any VW from the "Caddy" era. It took me about an hour to suss out the first regulator, the second one took less than 10 minutes. All pics are of the UK passenger mechanism. 1. Drill out the 4 rivets h...
by Al Published on 23-06-2004 08:51 PM
Not so much a "How To" but more of an insight to bigger brakes that can be modified to fit your Caddy's Front 239mm for use with 13" + wheel rims This is the Std factory Caddy front disc size in NON vented guise, to make them more efficient you can fit MK1 GTi vented discs a...
by Al Published on 18-06-2004 04:52 PM
Note: This topic is based on installing height adjustable leather seats from a 1997 VR6 Golf 3 Door into your Caddy, although all other MK3 seats will be a similar operation to fit. I WILL NOT be going into detail on removing & fitting the seats from your vehicle, frankly if you need...
by Al Published on 14-05-2004 08:42 PM
Submitted by "Kevlar" as taken from the "The Golf Magazine" May 2003
by Al Published on 21-08-2003 06:06 AM
Submitted by Admin This is a question which pops up often on a lot of VW forums, so I thought I would try to put something into black and white for all to see:) First off, what I am about to say is based on the European spec Caddy as I am not familier with the US built truck, although the...

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