By James Hale
Contents: Chassis, suspension & brake design; Front suspension & brakes; Rear suspension & brakes; The chassis; Suppliers index; Appendix of Chassis numbers & transmission codes; Glossary of terms.
250 x 207mm (portrait). 128 pages.
200 black & white photographs/illustrations.
Reviews for ‘How to
modify Volkswagen Beetle suspension, brakes & chassis for high
“The book to buy if you’re thinking of modifying your Beetle…this book will not only be extremely helpful, but also easy to understand. James Hale has clearly done his homework….so if you want to fit Porsche brakes, or CSP discs, it’s all in here”. Volksworld magazine.
“We always said that James Hale was something of a VW guru – and now he’s written a book to prove it…The book tells you exactly what it says on the cover”. Kit Car magazine (UK)
“The writing style is very instructive, never assuming too much knowledge yet never seeming patronising. Indeed, everything from the basics, like the fitting of oil seals, to more complex operations such as cutting and welding the chassis, are covered in the same informative tone…an excellent new book”. Which Kit? Magazine.
“This is the first official reference book devoted solely to these important aspects of the Beetle, and has been specifically written to appeal to enthusiasts across the board, be they experienced mechanics or willing novices….we guarantee that you’ll use it time and time again!”
Total VW magazine.
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