How to Modify Volkswagen Bus Suspension, Brakes & Chassis for High Performance

Updated & Enlarged New Edition

How to Modify Volkswagen Bus Suspension, Brakes & Chassis for High Performance
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Format: Paperback / softback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9781845842628
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The original and only book devoted to modifying VW Bus suspension, brakes and chassis for high performance is now in completely updated form. How to Modify Volkswagen Bus Suspension, Brakes & Chassis for High Performance now covers all T1 to T5 buses, vans, campers & pick-ups 1950-2010.

Ideal for owners wanting to uprade handling, this book is suitable for practical enthusiasts and professional mechanics. Original photography by the author complements technical diagrams by specialist component manufacturers. The book is based on successful ‘How-To' technical features developed by the author for a leading VW magazine. All information is  based on the practical experience of specialist VW mechanics and tuning shops. It includes a guide to VW Bus chassis numbers and gearbox references, illustrated by more than 280 photographs and illustrations. 

The author

James Hale is the world's leading authority on dune buggies, and has written five books covering the buggy scene worldwide. His first book was the Dune Buggy Handbook, published by Veloce, and remains the definitive guide to these unorthodox fun cars. He has also regularly produced freelance features for motoring magazines, and has written technical books on modifying the VW Beetle and VW Bus suspension, brakes and chassis for high performance. How to Modify Volkswagen Bus Suspension, Brakes & Chassis for High Performance, first published in 2003, was completely revised and updated and published in a new edition in 2011, and re-released in 2018.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9781845842628
Illustrations: 200+ color & b-w photos
Size: 8.15 in x 9.84 in x 0.5 in / 207.01 mm x 249.94 mm x 12.7 mm
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