Stu's KJ

Discussion in 'Post Your Liberty Pictures' started by SRotblat, Jan 8, 2005.

  1. SRotblat

    SRotblat Full Access Member

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    Its basically a stock Columbia Edition, only additions are front/rear hitches and husky liners

    The KJ with my other toy
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    KJ's natural setting
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    lookin nice...(both)...
    looks like ur GTi has some serious firepower under the hood...
    (intercooler sticking out over there?....)
     
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    looking good. I like both of them. How does the KJ tow the GTI?
     
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    The GTI is on a trailer (as seen in the picture), and the trailer is attached to the trailer hitch on the back of the KJ. Thats how the KJ tows the GTI \:D/


    I assume you mean how well does it tow the GTI....and IMHO considering I dont have the tow package (just added hitch and wiring) and that the trailer had too much tonge weight (stupid uhaul design) it was wonderful. I towed the GTI from Williamsport, PA to Englishtown, NJ (~220 miles). I was able to keep good speed, ~75, and was even able to comfortably go 80-85 when needed (to get out of 18 wheeler's ways). The 3.7 and auto trans didnt feel really stressed, and I only put it into over drive on hills where I couldnt keep my momentum.
     
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    taken today

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    you take your mud flaps off in the summer, or did you just get some for the winter?
     
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    I only got them recently, that last pic was the most recent (no picks before that for ~4-5 months)