The next instalment of Bryns VW museum write up.
We like the new Spax kit in combination with the Eibach Springs so much, we've put this little kit together.
The tried and trusted Brickwerks Eibach Pro-Kit 40mm springs combined with a set of Spax Krypton Gas Adjustable dampers and a set of our most popular Powerflex bushes - the Steering Rack Mounts.
Buying the kit results in a saving of around £40... over the seperate parts and will give your T3 a great ride, a sensible drop, and better steering feel.
Despite the snow we are here and we are open.
We physically take the Royal Mail orders to the Post Office [in the Iltis] so they will 100% leave today.
FedEx are usually quite good so I can't imaging there being any problems there, hopefully service as normal.
Workshop open as usual, although Michael had to rescue Angus from the top of the hill he lives on!
Trailmaster is a well known name amongst 4x4 owners, and we can now supply their dampers and springs for Syncro models.
There are 2 kits available, for standard weight vehicles... panel vans, pickups, and lightweight campers... and the HD Kits for heavier vans carrying more weight or with full on camper conversions above 2400kg.
Dampers come in a few choices for sportier (road) ride or comfort ride, which is for more serious off road use.
Springs... just one front spring regardless of weight, and a choice of rear springs for lighter and heavier vehicles.
At the moment, these will drop ship from Trailmaster, and all webshop prices include delivery.
It may be that we choose to hold these in stock in the future for quicker delivery.
Its that time of year again...
We will be closed from Midday on the Friday 21st December and re-open on Wednesday the 2nd January.
The webshop will still be taking orders and these will be processed on our return in January.
The last day for shipping Fedex orders will be Thursday the 20th December, and Friday the 21st for Royal Mail.
We'd like to take this opportunity to wish all our customers a Merry Christmas and all all the best for the coming New Year.
Yep, we got bored of sketchy supply, we had to send too many customers away from the workshop with sloppy sticks(!) so we asked our tame machine shop to rustle a few selector cups up for us. Pictured are the first ones off the machine. He's also done the shorter petrol version too. Prices, a bit more that the genuine ones but if we can't get genuine then.....
Any closer to guessing what it's going to be?
Bored of poor supply of a particular part we have asked our tame machine shop to rustle up said part. But what?