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Hi Ralph, thank you.

The 60mm springs were still comfortable, I don't think you would be disappointed with the comfort. If your roads are bad then the 60mm may be your best compromise for comfort/ looks.


Hi 3rdLeg :lol: , thank you.
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Collecting parts for OEM RLS and camera for front driver assistance programs lane, sign and light assist. Just need a new windshield with the correct mounts.
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I agree with FishermansFriend. The 60mm is surprisingly comfortable. Here in South Australia, our roads are pretty average, however the ride on this kit is pretty good. I say send it! Install that kit. :D
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Wiring completed and ready to install the USB port in the caddy lift armrest.
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MK8 R steering wheel working now including heating and cruise control.
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Swapped out the blue R badge for a grey/ black gloss one.
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What a build this is becoming, all done properly as well. . Keep it up, looking forward to seeing where it ends.


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Thanks Lister mate. Its been enjoyable seeing it change since I first bought it, doing things I never thought I would be able to do, all thanks to this forum.
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FishermansFriend wrote: Sun Dec 04, 2022 1:28 pm Have the mirrors coded to close when I long press the lock button on the key fob. They open out when the key is in theignition.
Hi mate I’m looking to do this as well, would you be able to help me in the right direction
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FishermansFriend wrote: Fri Nov 13, 2020 10:55 pm VW OEM retrofit rear view camera kit for twin barn doors delivered today. Dropping it off to the body shop tomorrow, its getting color coded next week along with the alltrack front spoiler and Audi S5 stone guards.
do you have a link for this rear camera kit?? how much did this cost & was it easy? i know it needs coding once fitted
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Amazing build

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CaddyGTI2022 wrote: do you have a link for this rear camera kit?? how much did this cost & was it easy? i know it needs coding once fitted

There is a kit for sale in the “For sale” section.

https://www.caddy2k.com/forum/viewtopic ... b3ba7ef3bb


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Hi Biggs, you need the mirrors with motors, door switch with fold function, door control modules and some coding. When you have full access to the fourm search powerfold mirrors and you will find all the posts with the info needed to make it work and parts needed.
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Hi Caddy GTI, this is the kit I bought https://www.carsystems.eu/new-2015-vw-c ... d2182.html
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Thank you very much Chris_FZ. Love your van.
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