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As every week we bring better solutions for your Classic Volkswagen.
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Brazilian Bay window buses have other steering components than European buses.
This week we add the center drag links for the Brazilian Bay window buses.
A center drag link is the tie rod that connects your steering box to the steering idler in center of your front axle.
Worn out drag links can cause nasty play on your steering system.
We introduce two models to choose from easy recognizable by length.
For T25/T3/Vanagon we introduce this week the gear linkage bushing.
Prevent yourself from mis-shifting and make that shifter works smooth again.
Up to April 1987 you need two, one for the front and one for the rear.
May 1987 on you need only one for the front.
May 1987 on rear gear linkage bushing HERE
Under the rear seat of your beetle, Ghia or 181/Thing/Trekker is a hole that gives access to your shift rod coupler.
We now bring you the cover plate for this hole, brand new.
Two models to choose from before and from August 1955.
Check if you have one or two holes for the little mounting screws when not sure.
More cover plates to show.
To dismantle your shift rod of your Beetle and Ghia Volkswagen made holes in your spare wheel well and front panel.
Both holes should need to be closed with correct pressed cover plates.
The cover for the hole in the front apron is longer available HERE
New today is the cover for the center hole in the spare wheel well.
Rightly available from our shelves.
BBT News team wishes you a respectful weekend, never forget to enjoy that Volkswagen out there!