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Re: vin 814

Postby andyd » Sun Apr 14, 2019 10:43 am

Next sorting the rear fascia.

I want a robust method of positive engagement for the fasteners for the rear lights and number plate bezel. I think captive nuts in ally bar maybe bonded into the back of the painted fascia.

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Currently, my steel bolts engage haphazardly with fucked captive-ish plastic nuts.

So this probably won't be cleaned, but I might paint the impact absorber? What to use?

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The L-brackets are somewhat ill fitting, so I will try to get these better, or remake them.

Also fit the D-Reverse. And do the fog light mod, while also placating Mike Ward and make my tail lights light up oem style.

Once this is all good, I'll get it painted. Later.

Cheers, andy
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Re: vin 814

Postby MikeWard » Sun Apr 14, 2019 9:20 pm

Nice work Andy!
andyd wrote:And do the fog light mod, while also placating Mike Ward and make my tail lights light up oem style.
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Re: vin 814

Postby A Van » Sun Apr 14, 2019 9:37 pm

I am still laughing at some elements of your post!!




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