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Cars currently in pieces on rear end to perform the hub conversion, managed to get all four bolts per side out to remove the caliper brackets. So next task is to chop that old stubs off, flatten the mating faces then drill out the bolt holes to 8.5mm and tap to m10 1.5 thread for the mk2 bolts...
Yeah the stone chips are a constant nightmare but rather use the car and enjoy it than worry too much, all about the 20ft pass 😋
No carbon badges for me I'm afraid, I like the diamonds to remain highlighted in original Renault fake chrome. Picks them out nicely imo
I'm a total carbon whore! Second time around with this car too, sold it all and then rebought and added more, it's a terrible addiction!
:ROFLMAO: yeah I guess it's had a 'new' one since. It'll be back on coilovers end of the year when the ones I've got get un-stranded from Scottish lockdown...
Rest of carbon fitted to the front bumper today and fitted up to the car. Also recoated all the dodgy bits under the front arches with the old hydrate 80.
Let that all cure overnight and I'll refit the arch liners in the morning.
The faceless clio, back on the deck so I can just clip front bumper on and off as I'm working on it over next few days.
Arch liners cleaned up and pikie fixed for the bonus points
Old skoda splitter off, bit of damage on bumper, they take some hammer though daily use, so despite being...
Right, ripped bumper off to fit carbon stuff, got distracted by rust chasing instead but made a bit of fit and start progress and nice to clean up the arches and hopefully halt tin worm
So bumper off