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About Lenny

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    Mk2.5 Focus ZetecS 1.6TDCi superleggero
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  1. Received the downlights this morning and lucky I didn't purchase those ThermaHood's just yet because the LED downlights don't need them according to the box 👍 In other news; im on holidays this week from work; my dad's on a three hour drive down with tools to stay and help out for two days,🙌 so the radiators are going in today👌
  2. Fingers crossed for you mate,
  3. Fingers crossed it's the news your hoping for mate .
  4. Getting up in to the attic to route sattelite cable out through the fascia at rear of the house, Last time I went up inside the front of house and tried to reach out through the fascia vent; Lay on my chest on the rafters and stuck my arm down trying to reach; almost got my head stuck between the plasteboard and felt roof as they narrow down to a point 😂 as result getting stuck i then got nose full of dust and fibreglass from the insulation. 😧things we do to have a tidy sattelite installation. Later decided it's better to have it at the back of the house exiting fascia on to sattelite on the chimney. This time going to put wire through fascia from outside; Then tape attic cable on to it; and pull it back out thus taking the wire out with it instead of getting my head stuck in the roof 😁
  5. Welcome is it a 2008-2011 model ? I'm selling ST gauge pod to fit dash
  6. This company started to follow me on Pinterest tonight, So I looked to see what it is they do and found this 10" android dash panel thought id link you:
  7. Unfortunately I don't live in the UK I could do it much cheaper if I was, Shipping is the same on imports only advantage this way is parcelmotel which provides a UK shipping address to members of there service in Ireland saves a lot.
  8. I'd be asking 150gbp for the diffuser cost 275 in primer grey now colour coded and Peugeot graphite grey. shipping could be as much as 60GBP mate, DPD or GLS probably the only carriers willing to transport an item of such size from previous experience.
  9. Electronic sensors for gauges are simple enough to install, not sure about the other things you mentioned there mate 😅 don't know what they are. Only other item is the rear diffuser but the shipping cost for that would match the asking price and I don't like advertising local because always get some sort of story teller or someone who sees somthing that isint for sale and comes back for it, So I'm thinking of just leaving it on the car and that was all I was considering selling. The side skirts can't come off neither because the frame was drilled to mount them. The entertainment stuff inside; keeps the kids happy in the back so all that's staying.
  10. Family are great thanks mate, my back isint as bad now atall, does get stiff at times but walking for an hour helps keep the pain away, also helps the hip as I fractured left socket may last year, delighted to be back to normality after two years of pain killers and crutches can actually take kids to the zoo this summer without dampening any activities. Working on Improving the house together now; few members showed interest so I have a thread up about it here 😁but embarrassing but may be of interest I dunno finished with the focus project now and enjoying family life with our two girls and our own son is almost two now, I don't miss a day without some interaction with him makes everything awesome, does fist bumps and hi 5 😀 loves spiderman and batman goes through Argos catalogue pointing at them saying there name in a growling voice
  11. Congratulations to your son Yunii mate, Some nice pictures there, I think your focus stands out the best of the lot even next to the bmw my eyes are drawn to your focus 👍
  12. My reason for removal is because I won't have the 18" ST alloys fitted after this set of tyres need replacing I'm going back to 16" due to the change in tyre compounds the 18" are not as efficent as once were, since it won't have the alloys, stripes are coming off too, so the gauge pod will look a bit out of place on the dash when it's not as appealing on the outside. duplex exhaust is already gone off it too because while I'm in work on occasion the missus takes the car and parks literally anywhere when visiting some of her relatives whom rent cheap. where it was likely to be removed for me😁 so being the owner thought I should get there first so it's back to single elbow curled under bumper. Overall i reckon the ford racing gauges were the besy option because not many car manufacturers provide there own licenced line of aftermarket gauges, they weren't cheap but there's no better, even in a mustang or F150 if your fitting a boost gauge this it the one I'm also in favour of installing screens as you know too. Both options look excellent all depends on if your wanting to look hi tech modern or add the upgrade with some heritage to it.
  13. Finishing work tonight at 23:00 and not coming back until 02nd August on holidays 😀 haven't told colleges yet though😉
  14. Don't think they increase the heat much, the LED don't get as hot as halogen neither apparently
  15. My brother has them in his kitchen with no other light source just the halogens dotted around the kitchen ceiling shining down on the worktop areas and six above the table; yeah it looks cosy and light where its needed but costs a fortune replacing bulbs. These LED version are said to be a straight swap unit from standard Halogen, Thanks mate, Although it says these ThermaHood covers are suitable for use with LED version; I haven't purchased the ThermaHood's just yet, because I've lifted the landing floor to discover the plywood flooring beneath has been layed down before the partition walls and banister rail went in 😣 this means I have the same sheet running across the landing and under the walls in to bedrooms. One option is to cut out the hall section but will result in creaking floor at a later date. so I'm holding off on purchasing the ThermaHood's because I may be taking out the ceiling to install the downlights instead of taking up the floor meaning the hoods wouldn't fit up through the ceiling for installation. but either way; the LED downlights are going in 😅