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  1. #101
    CF-oholic! fla's Avatar
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    10th September 2004
    Febi top mounts & bearings any good (from AVS)?
    VR6 Auto to manual conversion, beige leather, aircon, TT comps, blue dash lights & switches, Koni TA/Nothelle springs, OBD2, 264 cams, Schrick

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  2. #102
    CF Nutter fendervg's Avatar
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    Dublin, IE
    Lemforder and Febi are both good. OEM suppliers. I believe.

    93 Corrado VR6
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  3. #103
    Recently purchased my first Corrado G60 and one of the things concerning me was a knocking on lock.
    I checked the forum out before taking the top mount cover caps off, and I could see that they were in pretty rough shape.
    Replaced them last weekend and she drives like a dream now, no noises and a million times more responsive.
    Job worth doing, for sure.

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