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HOW TO- Convert 6N/6N2 to Rear Discs!

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Slammed6n1

Hi, i have a 6n and was interested in doing this, and all your saying is, dismantle the read drums and remove them and then all i need are parts off a polo 6n2 gti and then fit them? and thats it really? quite simple?

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matt01

Yep totally remove drums including stub axles then rebuild with GTI parts

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mbusby993

Drums look hideous, don't know if I can justify doing this to a £380 car though :P

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damunk
@ dubbprice, do you still do the 6N 16 MK4 rear brake disc conversion?


The wheels I have on are the 14inch. I think your pm is full :)

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damunk

Anyone else done this... it's really quite this thread!.

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Jonnyboi

I'm doing it in the next day or two,
Had to get a few bolts and bit from VW as well.

Seams pretty simple tbh!

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kosmicno

sorry for the many year bump but would the same process apply to a standard 1.4 lupo

 

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nige8021
36 minutes ago, kosmicno said:

sorry for the many year bump but would the same process apply to a standard 1.4 lupo

 

 

It should be the same 

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