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  1. tonys
    14-10-11 10:00 AM
    New ARB end link rubbers
    Chris have you tried audi got mine there the other day for my 85 gts coupe couple of quid each
  2. cdrbc
    23-06-09 09:16 PM
    Hi Christian, I'm looking at the photos from one of the threads and I can see my dad's old Audi 200 5T (SPL...X) ! My cousin spotted it on here and said it was now in Dublin? Is that right? Brings back some memories seeing it :-)
  3. randall977
    11-02-09 06:12 PM
    Hi Chris, got your message. Sorry but the old chap really wanted it so had to sell to him. I believe there is an Audi 5000 manual on Ebay same as I was selling - it's the one you want. Thanks, Christian
  4. crisarc
    10-02-09 08:40 PM
    christian, missed the manual on e bay, do you still have it ? or was it sold
  5. randall977
    14-12-08 08:06 PM
    Yes, it's great - some of those engines sound a bit ropey!
  6. poopcoupe
    14-12-08 07:43 PM
    Im meant to say look at the stereo in the last bit of the film, FANTASTIC!!!
  7. poopcoupe
  8. randall977
    22-11-08 09:21 PM
    It is - I gave up on the cam belt though as you can't remove it without removing the bottom pulley. Ideally you need special tool 2084 and 2079 (I have 2079 - 50 from VW). I didn't get 2084 but it's necessary as the gap is too small to get anything else in and you need 300N/m of pressure to undo the nut (You'll see what I mean if you read page 28 of the workshop manual). Anyhow it is possible with a homemade tool - check out Quattro Forum... My belt is not very old so I gave up! Let me know how you get on.
  9. crisarc
    22-11-08 07:17 PM
    Hi christian , chris here with the 2005t. am about to do the cam belt and pump , am i right in thinking that it is the same as the other 200s?
  10. randall977
    05-11-08 08:23 AM
    That sounds very good - not sure if I should replace my shocks as the last time I did it to an old Audi it didn't seem to make any difference. The rear shocks are available from eBay Germany - they're Bilstein and their not cheap. What's happening with your old wheels - they're in good nick aren't they?

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