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Thread: Front and Rear Anti Roll Bars (Sway Bars) Available soon

  1. #21
    Axle flip wont be a problem

  2. #22
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    rear install thread is here: http://vwcaddyforum.com/showthread.php?t=12023
    FUKENBROK

    I'd rather be judged by 12 then carried by 6.

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    Any body got any pictures of the front bar installed?
    Al can you still get these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by austin
    Any body got any pictures of the front bar installed?
    Al can you still get these?
    If he comes and fits mine then he can take the pics...ready when you are Al! (might be worth if seeing if we can do bushes at same time?)
    **** Caddyless Vandango ****

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by caddyshack
    If he comes and fits mine then he can take the pics...ready when you are Al! (might be worth if seeing if we can do bushes at same time?)
    I am booking you in

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by austin
    Al can you still get these?

    Good question, I havent heard from my supplier in over a week so he may of stepped out in front of a bus for all I know

  7. #27
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    most effective?

    just curious which is the most effective?

  8. #28
    If you have none then both

    No, the front would be most beneficial, but both would be better

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    I think that it depends what you want to acheive. I think I am right in saying that VW only added a front one on the Gti so it would seem normal that the front should be done first.

    BUT....I think I am also right saying that rear only should reduce understeer and has the added benefit of giving a more secure location of the axle which may help stop the axle moving side to side????

    Mine are brilliant and its probably the best mod I have done to my car in terms of enjoying the drive!!!
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    caddyshack were the holes easy to drill? iv just bought one and need to know if its standard drill kitable! (i had ALS one off of him!!)

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    I am confused?

    an ARB on a solid axle seems like a waste of time....

    one side will go up when the other goes down ARB or not.
    Right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zukiru View Post
    I am confused?

    an ARB on a solid axle seems like a waste of time....

    one side will go up when the other goes down ARB or not.
    Right?
    trust me its not a waste. Actually the ARB keeps the body from leaning very much on corners.
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    Hey Al, do you distribute to South Africa? these ARB's look awesome!

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    are these actually still available if so i'll have a pair!
    CADDY GONE - BUT NOT FORGOTTEN!

  15. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by drewton View Post
    Hey Al, do you distribute to South Africa? these ARB's look awesome!
    I can send to SA but the shipping cost would be herendous

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    whorendous???

  17. #37
    Quote Originally Posted by sitrials View Post
    are these actually still available if so i'll have a pair!
    Yes mate, I have a rear one in stock in the UK, fronts are in stock in the US

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    hey al, im the us,
    whats it cost to get a front one here?

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    Hi Al

    sorry to ask but how heavy would the shipping cost be to South Africa.
    Sitrails from pmb would been keen on getting hands on a set of arb for my caddy

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    Al, do front ARB's spoil the 4 branch manifolds you do?

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