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Re: Reflex Silver Caddy (66)

Post by tonyhill » Sat Apr 18, 2020 9:49 pm

I've been toying with buying one of those skid plates for a while, looks good.
Is the main part of the grill just vinyl wrapped in red, just above the chrome strip? It actually looks better like that, most wrap over the chrome strip.

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Re: Reflex Silver Caddy (66)

Post by Dav02 » Sat Apr 18, 2020 11:05 pm

The photo doesn't actually do the skid justice. I really like the look of it.

On the grill it's just a red sticker above the chrome.
Just used these stickers
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/VW-Golf-MK6- ... SwuhhebWtf
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Re: Reflex Silver Caddy (66)

Post by NGAutoArt » Wed Jun 10, 2020 8:43 am

What a stunning van! :D
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Re: Reflex Silver Caddy (66)

Post by 142caddywhite » Wed Jun 10, 2020 9:33 am

Class looking van mate fair play :)
Gunna have to order me a set of them stickers pronto, great addition to the front end.

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Re: Reflex Silver Caddy (66)

Post by Dav02 » Wed Jun 10, 2020 1:03 pm

Thanks both. Still more to do.....

Next lined up as I have them waiting to go in:
Tiguan R Line Clocks (lockdown thing holding this up :? )
PTC Smart Heater.

Then I really want some new Headlights.
Gonna stop writing otherwise my list is gonna extend :lol:
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Re: Reflex Silver Caddy (66)

Post by Anton » Sun Jun 21, 2020 10:47 am

love it pal!!!! 👌👍😎

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Re: Reflex Silver Caddy (66)

Post by FrenchDom » Mon Jul 27, 2020 4:14 pm

All looks amazing! Love the bed setup and how the slats slide to form the bed.
What’s the latest?


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Re: Reflex Silver Caddy (66)

Post by Dav02 » Tue Jul 28, 2020 11:20 am

Thanks Dom.

Not had chance to get anything done recently. Hoping to get clocks fitted sooner rather than later. Also plan on finally biting the bullet on the dash trims. Then to decide what I do with the colour of them??????
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Re: Reflex Silver Caddy (66)

Post by FrenchDom » Tue Jul 28, 2020 2:04 pm

Decisions, decisions!
Looking at your van is like my wish list tho!

I haven’t even had a chance to get started on mine, it’s a working van most of the time. I want to do the mirrors as I get the whistling too, were your mirrors easy to fit?
I also want to lower mine but not yet sure what suspension setup to go for as it has to remain with working van capabilities...


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Re: Reflex Silver Caddy (66)

Post by Dav02 » Fri Jul 31, 2020 10:45 am

I'll be totally honest on the suspension. Mine is a nightmare at times, if you need it for work and it will be on some rough roads then dont go too low. I sometimes have country and gravel roads to go down. Maybe even 18" wheels to allow a larger profile tyre to absorb some bumps. After catching my front splitter so many times, then have it rip off from a flooded road, I changed and went with a skid guard. If you are mainly on ok tarmac then you should be ok with lowering and 19's. Just accept it will be a bumpier ride.

Mirrors are easy enough to fit and were deffo a must. The whistle was so bad in mine. The only awkward part in fitting is getting all the radio/heated mirror cables back through a metal hole and into the door. But with a bit of time and fiddling you'll get it ok. Oh and just roll the radio aerial up to get that to fit. If you also have DAB then I used a 3M sticky pad to stick the unit down on a perfectly shaped flat bit on the inside.
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