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I geeked out on spec for ages. Had the machine mart one for about 18 months now and its been solid. It had the back end of a Clio up for about 3 weeks once with no sinking. I was looking at max lift capacity, weight, max height and minimum height and this performed best overall. It slides under...
My mk3 has started doing this. Going a bit dim occasionally until I give the dash above the clocks a whack. I’d imagine it’s a loose wire or a dying bulb but I can’t be bothered to pull the clocks out at this point. It will be an easy fix.
Just buy any generic 1/2 drive impact set (black) off eBay. They are softer than CV so won’t crack with impact. 1/4 is pretty much good for trim screws, you’d be shearing 1/2 to 1/4 adaptors for fun with an impact gun.
Absolute steal mate! I've never seen one with gloss black trim, most people change to sport bumpers. I would assume the rear seats will fit. And as for interior trim. Maybe try high fill primer then spray it?
I opened mine the other day, freebies from Bose. They are okay sound wise, not the best I have but I've used them a few times since for the convenience of not needing an amp. They are veryy comfy and great battery. I've noticed the Bluetooth can drop out every now and then which is annoying.
Yeh it's not threaded. The end of the selector is rough like a file, then there is a white plastic piece clamped onto that. Then the knob just presses onto the plastic bit. you don't need to twist, just pull. A bit of a wiggle might help free it though.