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Old July 25th, 2018, 21:13   #16
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Default 2.5" Buzzken downpipe for MKIV

This will fit an ALH or a BEW. Just tape up the sensor if using on an ALH.

I bought a complete exhaust, but only put the half behind the cat as I already had a downpipe. The mounting forks have rusted off, but the stainless pipe is still solid.

Asking for $150. Would prefer a local sale as its awkward to ship.



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Old August 7th, 2018, 07:58   #17
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I am looking for a steering rack in decent shape for a 03 jetta.. North York/Orillia/Barrie/Caledon areas etc. May consider Lindsay or Peterborough, need one asap.
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Old August 7th, 2018, 19:10   #18
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I am looking for a steering rack in decent shape for a 03 jetta..
There's always the Source... however, and although I realize this isn't exactly Kosher, but... if you're dealing with a leak at the end-seals, I've had some success using the Lucas power steering stop-leak... on one car I got over 2 years' additional use on the car... (had to use quite a bit... for a while...) on another car, the results were similar, although only a little bit did the job...


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Old August 8th, 2018, 16:12   #19
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Not affiliated, just a happy customer. There is a "source" local to me here in the west - Das Parts is a more organized version of the source here in Cambridge.

The proprietor, as a bonus, does not have Mike's eccentricities.

Good pricing and would definitely have racks in stock for a MK4.
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