As soon as it gets cold enough to make driving north fun, I plan to head up to meet a buddy from Marquette. If there's not too much snow work for you, let's plan on Short's or some BudLite gin mill closer to where you plug in your block heater.
Set of brand new pads, were for my '03 Jetta but fit many VW products. Federal Mogul #MKD768A
Google your fitment needs first.
$15 plus my cost to mail them to you.
Should fit in a USPS small flat rate box.
This is the big manual with a couple of thousand pages. Little used. My TDI Jetta wagen was pretty reliable and sold last week with almost 500,000 miles on it.
Most smudges are in the timing belt chapter ;-) but the book is very clean and not abused.
4 very good Michelin X-Ice 195-65R15 winter tires mounted and balanced on steel wheels 15"x6", 5x100 bolt pattern, 38mm positive offset. Were mounted on 2003 Jetta Wagen. Correct fit for Jetta '99-'05, Golf '92-'06, New Beetle '98-01, Audi A3 '96-'03.
I've used these 2 winters but did not...
Where can I announce this sad development?
The old girl needed a steering rack, rear bushings, a couple of glow plugs and maybe a CV joint. Just didn't have the energy to tackle stuff like that laying on my back in the driveway in winter. Talked to Marty and figured even with a $75 junkyard...
I was hoping to get to 500,000 miles and then have her bronzed and mounted in a tree in front of my barn, but alas she left home this morning.
Why? Well, she needed a new steering rack ($75 from a junkyard) and all the miscellaneous hardware it would take to do that install; Youtube videos...