Lower G/Box Mount 9N/6L

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Lower G/Box Mount 9N/6L

Post by Breadroll » Sat Dec 10, 2016 11:15 am

Custom lower gearbox mounts now available at DRD. Suitable for 9N2/3 and 6L Ibiza. Made from T6 6082 aluminum.

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Re: Lower G/Box Mount 9N/6L

Post by chucker02 » Sat Dec 10, 2016 11:19 am

Damn! That looks good! :drool:
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Re: Lower G/Box Mount 9N/6L

Post by Dhir-DKR » Mon Dec 12, 2016 9:15 am

Damn. Looks like an epic piece of kit.

Are there any benefits of fitting this unit compared to the conventional box mount with poly bushes?
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Re: Lower G/Box Mount 9N/6L

Post by Breadroll » Mon Dec 12, 2016 11:22 am

Dhir-DKR wrote:Damn. Looks like an epic piece of kit.

Are there any benefits of fitting this unit compared to the conventional box mount with poly bushes?
From what we have been told by the guys who have fitted them, and the guys who we gave mountings for testing.

Also these are guys that have been through several Poly bushes (all torn). Firstly they say there are less vibrations compared to the poly insert, motors seems to flex less, and most importantly none have broken :oops:
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Re: Lower G/Box Mount 9N/6L

Post by Dhir-DKR » Mon Dec 12, 2016 11:32 am

Breadroll wrote:
Dhir-DKR wrote:Damn. Looks like an epic piece of kit.

Are there any benefits of fitting this unit compared to the conventional box mount with poly bushes?
From what we have been told by the guys who have fitted them, and the guys who we gave mountings for testing.

Also these are guys that have been through several Poly bushes (all torn). Firstly they say there are less vibrations compared to the poly insert, motors seems to flex less, and most importantly none have broken :oops:
Thank you sir, will definitely look into in the near future.
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Re: Lower G/Box Mount 9N/6L

Post by THANAS » Mon Dec 12, 2016 1:01 pm

Very cool, I really like where DRD is going with the CNC work!

Dogbone mount for the Golf 4/Jetta 4 in progress by any chance?

Could you also perhaps start a suggestions thread where people can suggest products to be put into production because you guys have some really decent capacity.

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Re: Lower G/Box Mount 9N/6L

Post by Breadroll » Mon Dec 12, 2016 1:06 pm

THANAS wrote:Very cool, I really like where DRD is going with the CNC work!

Dogbone mount for the Golf 4/Jetta 4 in progress by any chance?

Could you also perhaps start a suggestions thread where people can suggest products to be put into production because you guys have some really decent capacity.

(Starting off with a Mk2 Big Brake Kit, similar to the Mk1 :P )
Thanks bud, will create the thread now :oops:
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Re: Lower G/Box Mount 9N/6L

Post by Breadroll » Mon Dec 12, 2016 1:11 pm

THANAS wrote:Very cool, I really like where DRD is going with the CNC work!

Dogbone mount for the Golf 4/Jetta 4 in progress by any chance?

Could you also perhaps start a suggestions thread where people can suggest products to be put into production because you guys have some really decent capacity.

(Starting off with a Mk2 Big Brake Kit, similar to the Mk1 :P )
Done :)
http://vwclub.co.za/forum/viewtopic.php ... 52&start=0
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Re: Lower G/Box Mount 9N/6L

Post by THANAS » Tue Feb 14, 2017 12:13 am

Hey guys, any chance of a Dogbone mount for the Jetta 5 2.0T?
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Re: Lower G/Box Mount 9N/6L

Post by Breadroll » Wed Feb 15, 2017 7:42 am

THANAS wrote:Hey guys, any chance of a Dogbone mount for the Jetta 5 2.0T?
Hey bud we were looking into these and there is a plan to start on these at some point, not sure when
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