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    lowering a caddy

    hi all im new to caddys ish been doing 1 up for a while now (when i have time) i have a vw t4 but the girlfriend wants a mk1 caddy ive got 2 1 rotten for parts and 1 to do up ... its on a completely stripped and on a rotisserie all underneath welded done and under sealed just learning from job to job at the min im looking into lowering stuck between axle flip and lowering plates my question is are they safe and are the mot passable ? leaning towards axle flip any opinions on either ?

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    thx brad
    Last edited by bradnkaz; 25-10-2017 at 09:03 PM.

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    Axle flip is the way forward mate. Welcome to the fold!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuus View Post
    Axle flip is the way forward mate. Welcome to the fold!
    thx m8 flip it is then job for tom
    thx brad

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    Have you got some of the relocation axle mounts from the Caddy Shop? You'll need 'em so the axle is straight in the arches

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