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305rolla 91 jettrolla

Discussion in '1st-6th Gen' started by 305rolla, Oct 1, 2012.

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    pics of the body work no i dont still working on it
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    lil up date painted my oil catch can and made a box to hold my tools in the trunk

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    Not sure what your doing, but cool!
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    if its the box i do mechanic work so i have my tools in the trunk thats just some of them i have in there.
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    Oh I missed the comment at the top of the post. Nice!
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    At first I thought this was basketball in Harlem
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    random question but do the tools in the trunk weigh down the back of the car and make it sag in the rear?
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    Not if he has good struts^^





    chances are not.
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    Maybe he has jetta struts in the back?
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    That has to be the most ghetto paintbooth I've ever seen. I love it!
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    I thought cbass' was pretty bad.
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    he ruined a perfectly good basketball hoop
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    No it doesn't sag if it does its not much to notice lol and no Jetta struts here. Also Mother Nature got to it before I did so that hoop is over 15 years old
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    I use to have my tools in the trunk but that stupid escape vent on the driver side trunk of the car had fallen off and my bits where falling out...so i just threw them out of the trunk hahaha
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    Lol yea I had a an 8th gen and remember that stupid vent my bass was escaping form there I had to seal for competition
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    Good idea, I'll have to seal mine up as well and hope I don't blow the sunroof off haha
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    Good to know for when I put subs in. Did it make that much of a difference?
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    It did on the clock but I never drove with my bass turned up when I had my rolla so I couldn't tell if u heard a difference and the way I had my system set up is a factor on the sound to wish I had a pics of it but the computer that had the pics is long gone and this is before I knew about photobucket or if it was even around at the time
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    I think I'll seal them up just so that the flaps don't buzz to the bass
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    yea i left mines open....might have to seal it up now, gonna see how it sounds with my subs
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    cRacker lemme know if there's a difference.
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    That to I hated it when they flap and make noise. One of the many things I had rattling in the bass when I had some plan 12s in it. When I first got the car
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    I never drive with anything in my car but a "club."
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    Club hummer or club gold
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    Wouldent you rather hummer?
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    I thought you had a bat too?
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    DAFUQ
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    i took it out cause I dont have a glove and ball.
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    Ah. I assumed the bat was for attempted car jackings, not spontaneous baseball games.
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