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Old 21-02-2009, 08:41   #21 (permalink)
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Did get these carbon ones made up in the end.

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Old 21-02-2009, 19:40   #22 (permalink)
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They look pretty sweet TBH.
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They do look sweet as, so you gonna start selling them? just that I really could do with set.
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Some one needs to start selling some decent ones!
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i ordered proper 1s from dingbro, cost about 45 came with that stupid tape which didnt work a ****e, but got them on in the end & had no probs.
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i ordered proper 1s from dingbro, cost about 45 came with that stupid tape which didnt work a ****e, but got them on in the end & had no probs.
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Is that Dingbro as in the ones that go around Scotland in red vans and do trade only sales?
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last month I fitted MK2 skirts to my MK2 Zed which I bonded using Henkel polyureathene and aluminium strips. The front open end of the skirt I used a 1 inch aluminium angle bracket to secure it. Looking for the end caps was difficult and the main dealers are charging 50 for the MK2. Instead I have fitted mud flaps I purchased from DannyZR, They look good and work well plus they are unlikely to break because they are flexible PVC.
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