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Old 12th October 2017, 09:24 PM   #401
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Love the detail and now your doing the annoying jobs. Love what you've done with the shnitzer diffuser, something a bit different, might have to be on the to do list.

I want to get new shocks all round but I have lost interest with working on it a bit with being so busy at work and quite like the money I'm saving rather than spending.

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Old 13th October 2017, 09:18 AM   #402
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Rich, tell me about the steering wheel retrim please? ie, where, who, how much? If you don't mind of course, I really want mine doing and yours is perfect
Hey Cliff! Jack at royalsteeringwheels.com done the work. Best to speak to him on a price depending what you want but at the time think it was around 140 with fitting. He's based in Aylesbury so not far from you. Get it done the feel and grip is so much nicer.

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Love the detail and now your doing the annoying jobs. Love what you've done with the shnitzer diffuser, something a bit different, might have to be on the to do list.

I want to get new shocks all round but I have lost interest with working on it a bit with being so busy at work and quite like the money I'm saving rather than spending.

Cheers
Thanks Frazer there's more annoying jobs to come yet just getting the time to do them lol.
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Old 17th October 2017, 02:47 AM   #403
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Looking good! I got a Steel Gray myself and enjoyed seeing the various tail light setups you've been trying out. I like the halogens myself so its nice seeing you didn't opt for the LED route!
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Old 17th October 2017, 09:01 AM   #404
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Looking good. Need to replace my cowel. Where did you get the puller tool from.
The black bolts in the schnitzer diffuser look good. Prefer the black surround than the chrome.
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Old 17th October 2017, 04:16 PM   #405
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Looking good! I got a Steel Gray myself and enjoyed seeing the various tail light setups you've been trying out. I like the halogens myself so its nice seeing you didn't opt for the LED route!
Thanks mate, I am a little old school so prefer to keep it to its period and nice to see another SG owner
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