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In Topic: It's a polo so be nice...

27 August 2015 - 08:04 AM

That's a standard 5 pin relay and was fitted to thousands of different model cars since the 1950's. It's available over the counter at any auto accessory shop.

 

Don't go looking for the exact part number when looking for relays or other electrical items unless they only came on your car otherwise it gets expensive.

 

Love how the Polo has turned out, well done!

 

Cheers

 

Paul

 

I belive I have the same problem with mine ( I haven't driven it since 2007 mind), but do you have picture of the other side with partnumber or can tell me what kind of relay it its?


In Topic: Audi speedline alloy splitting

20 August 2015 - 06:49 AM

oe size equivalents...

235/45R17
235/40R18
235/35R19

 

255/35 is way too big

 

http://www.willtheyf...set2=33#content


In Topic: Audi speedline alloy splitting

19 August 2015 - 11:20 AM

I know I can source some et52 speed lines, but the centres bolt on to the outside of the barrel. I currently have et33 but they have a bit of a lip on them. I didn't know if the et52 centre would take it back just enough to stop the rubbing. Down to et40 would be ideal I think.

I guess the only real way is to buy some and find out! Rather expensive way to find out if it doesn't work...

Thanks for the answers so far.

 

 The only way to find out is to measure the ET52 centers pad height/center section height and compare with the ET 33 ones. The ET 52 TT BBS-Speedlines basicly have no lip, and the difference in offset is only 19 mm. How wide is the lip on the A5 BBS-Speedlines?

 

What car are you using the wheels on, and what tyre size do you use


In Topic: ta technix air ride?

11 August 2015 - 07:28 AM

http://www.golf1.inf...108090&pageNo=1


In Topic: ta technix air ride?

10 August 2015 - 01:36 PM

Hows your German?

 

There's a long tread about them on the Golf1.info forum