200k build.Got my Verkline upper control arms and spring wishbone solid bushings installed. Also added -0.3* extra camber in the rear to help with rubbing issues, and also get to my ideal track camber in the rear. Surprisingly there's not much change in NVH with all the extra solid bushings but the rear of the car just feels super tight and reactive now.
Hey Jake, where was it announced that the Jetta will be discontinued?For (YouTube) business
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Hey Jake, where was it announced that the Jetta will be discontinued?
I picked up the Rokblox recently, specifically the short version and they blend very well. Sometimes I forget they're on there, but they do a good job of protecting the sides and keep the hatch a bit more clean.As for mud flaps:
Nah just the oem ones and because I kept picking up scratches on the bumper from the rears
I thought about rokblox but there are a bunch of Subies at work with them and.. Ew.
Apparently I’m wrong, because prior to making that video every google search I did and dealership I talked to confirmed there wouldn’t be one for 2022.
Now, every search says the opposite.
Also, even with the email showing someone asked that on YouTube I’m completely unable to find said comment or reply to it
Yeah, that makes sense. The OEM are definitely more integrated. I have just heard stories over the years on various generations about how the OEM contact the paint and can get crud built up behind them. Not something a little PPF can't protect, I just like how these don't really touch the paint at all.I had these for a bit, functional sure, but I think the OEM look so much better, so I swapped to them.