The Cabby had 90hp from a small factory, so it was not necessary to rear disc brakes deliver. Shortly after purchasing the Cabby was already clear that the car needed a more powerful engine. If you work hard, then you’ll want to quickly be able to stand still. To realize this, there is a rear axle of a wave 3 VR6 is mounted. This fact has standard rear disc brakes. A standard rear axle was also possible in principle before, but then you have everything there from the hub to assemble and because I have a ready-made rear had found this was not the case. Basically, everything automatically.

When placing a different rear axle, it is advisable to also directly to the rear axle rubbers to be replaced. This is much easier to do if the axis of course not under the car.
However, if this is the case, then I have here is a guide for replacing the rubbers. With a little imagination, you can also use it for the disassembly of the rear though there are of course some more acts to watch.

Wrench 19mm
cap / ratchet set (17,19 m)
tapping block
camera / camera phone

- Before you begin, realize that you can take anywhere from a photo before you loosen. In some cases this may turn out useful, if you just forgot how it all again stuck.
- Spray all parts a few days in a row before you get going with WD40!
- Place the new rubbers a night in the freezer, this will help later when assembling. The cold will shrink this makes it easier to mount.

Old rubber removal
1. Auto boost, note that the car safe and stable.
2. Remove the 2 long bolts through the rubber with a spanner 19mm. The brake force distribution, I would leave you because they often are not getting off without anything to break.
If you have a new lie, then it is obviously a different story.
If done correctly you can have done on the side (right) removing the bolt so, what should it stuck there than what WD40 spray and use a hammer to loosen them ticking.
3. The other bolt is a bit trickier. Here you have the head of the bolt there grinding, then pull it out until then there is another piece to take off. The final piece
push example with a schoeven turning or the like through the rubber to the outside.
4. Disconnect the brake line holders loose so the axis can be lowered.
5. Rubber seating (as well) pretty tight. To reduce the pressure a bit, you can pierce the rubber or edit so that the inside comes out.
6. If the pressure of the rubber away, then the ring in which the rubber is teased are still in the shaft. This can also with some skill in typing.
This, use some WD40. If you have a dremel o.i.d. you can also have a bit part in the battle go through the ring to be cut.
If you have this tension can also remove the WD40 is well drawn, you can ring with a hammer and screwdriver like this ticking.

New rubbers places
1. Spray the open Ingen well with WD40
2. Take a block (hardwood, iron or similar) which you can store inside the new rubbers. Note that you do this neatly in a straight line run.
You will have to put quite a bit of strength, but with some perseverance should be fine. Please note that your new rubbers in the correct direction.
If you’ve done rubbers in the freezer, it will be easier, especially if you have the shaft with a burner can heat, you can slide into them almost without resistance!
3. The driver of the car’s suspension of the rear axle. This is fixed with 3 screws that you must go, highlight the bolts so you know how heavy you need to run them again.
Note that you have with this policy and that you do not love the bolt heads turned. Again, WD40, does the trick!
If you have the bolts, you will see that it comes down a bit so you bolt on that side through to stabbing.
4. Check whether you have probably put all the pipes again as it looked.
5. Then place the long bolts back. Since you’ve cut all alone and that others actually have a couple of years old
I’d advice them to just 2 new bolts to get at the hardware store or VW dealer. By tightening these bolts, the car slams on the rear support.
For this you can recommend a car bridge or silage use. Have you not at your disposal, then put some pavement under the tires, so you can lie still under the bolts are properly tightened.
This you should not do when the full weight of the car has not rested on the rear! The rubbers should namely equally well in their place come and play …