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STRaNGe BReW

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About STRaNGe BReW

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  • Birthday 30/03/1956

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    Elise
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    White is Right ;)

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  1. Less than 13 quid ordered online. in store from thursday I think
  2. Aldi have a battery charger for sale atm AUTO XS is this the one recommended in older posts? Andy
  3. This is on my doorstep Has anyone used them at all? https://www.stonesautogarage.com/ Didnt know they existed Cheers Andy
  4. Well I decided to go to PW PRO mainly because they were on my doorstep. I had the Front inspection cover, hardtop and Roll hoop cover done. They were supposed to the rear cluster section as well. The previous wrap was starting to peel and some was just done bad and the guy said the previous wrapper had obviously run out of talent when doing it. So when I noticed white paint showing on the inspection cover I decided to remove it and have a good look at it. You will see the results in the video below PW PRO WORK.mp4 I have peeled the whole the inspection and will be removing the rest of the wrap over the next few days because it is every bit as good. Would I recommend them ?? Well what do you think. Andy
  5. So ok I have had a little prod around and may have another go when I have more time. The first picture shows how it was and the second how it is now. I have basically scraped the corrosion from inside the rubber. It is not a permanent fix but it looks a little better and the rubber could probably be stuck down with some kind of silicon / adhesive type of stuff. But I only had 20 mins or so to have a dab at it. It looks better on the car than in the photos to be honest. it will never look like new thats a fact
  6. The s3 rubber is a one piece affair. totally different to what is shown in the above.
  7. I have s3 Things are a little different £112 + vat each side original parts There is a guide on the soloc wiki to remove them. Which I have followed ....very easy. The rubbers have alli insert which has coroded/disintegrated because the ends are not sealed. Thus has caused the bubbling under the rubber It looks like I will eventually have to buy new unless there is a scrapper out there Andy
  8. Hi Ok both of the window rubbers on my doors have deformed and gone bubbly. Has anyone got an easy fix for this other than buying new ones. Andy
  9. Hi Thanks for the info....much appreciated. I will need some sort of adesive to fix the rubber on with .....what would be the best stuff to go with? Andy
  10. Its nothing special then........... should be nice and cheap hopefully. Diffuser is costing me £40.00 should have it back by wednesday so i will get ordering cheers Andy
  11. Hi Today I have removed the rear diffuser on my Lotus elise (S3) and took it to be powder coated. I need to source some of the rubber trim that is fixed to the outer edges. Can someone please point me in the right direction. Cheers Andy
  12. Hi Almost forgot about this. This is the material I made the seat runner tensioner out of. It is an electricians draw tape for conduit. I am aSparky by trade. Kinda lucky really because this was due to be thrown out as it was going rusty in the back of the garage. It is made of spring steel and if you are not careful it will snap when trying to put a sharp bend into it. This was the first try at making the tensioner. Unfortunatly I didn't make it long enough, I forgot about having to bend the other end up once fitted. But I,m sure you get the idea.
  13. I have had my seats again today after the peaks run and I have managed to make some. Details later!! First impressions are that it works. The seat is nice and tight now.
  14. I have the same issue....... I have to steer in at 45% putting 1 wheel up first not at 90% to the drive to get up the ramp avaoiding scrapes
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