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Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by Adam-D, Jun 5, 2008.

  1. Adam-D
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    fitted the wheels last night,

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    hopefully the overspray on the tyres will wear off, or well the tyre will wear out and ill change it.

    next up is lowering.

    and a quickie pic of ma brakes

    http://www.corsasport.co.uk/carimages/7048/disksnpads.jpg[img]

    on those pads there are waer sensors, my does not have them i belive, can i just cut the wire?
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    Wheels look good, Adam.

    Yes, you just cut off the pad-wear indicator wires.
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    Looks good !!

    Got the brake hoses sorted then?
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    Jetwash quite close will get the overspray off the tyres, careful not to get too close though to damage the tyre depending on how powerful it is, watch the wheels too :icon_thumright:
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    cheers for the advice, im going nurburgring "sp" monday, so im pretty sure when i get new tyres will be needed :)

    wear indicators ill chop off.

    the brake hoses will be fitted when i get back goodridge are sending me a pair of rears that fit and ill get that sorted.

    desperatly needs lowering now, and being driven spiritdly it seems to squel and understeer nore than i expected. hopefully the suspension kit will reduce that
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