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karl46 last won the day on April 5 2011

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About karl46

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  • Ford Model
    Fiesta Zetec S, 1.0l ecoboost 140
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    Greater London
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    10,001 to 15,000
  1. Looks the same style as the White and Black model.
  2. Keep one of your steels as a spare. Don't forget locking nuts. Well done.
  3. Yes you do need to remove that tray, otherwise you cannot get the wheel in. You can get a new polystrene tray for the jack, wheel brace and tow eye. You will need a hold down clamp to hold the wheel. Look on ebay.
  4. Doesn't the small panel that the plug is in not just lever out. Carefully.
  5. Surely if you press the NAV button you get only satnav, if you then when in satnav mode press radio you get both.
  6. Team Dynamics, 1.2.
  7. It' suprising what you can find when you shop around.
  8. Just for starters. Check your local area for engine reconditioners.
  9. Size isn't everything. A bigger/wider tyre will just take more air at whatever PSI you pump in. Use the suggeted pressures and suck it and see. The pressures are comparative to the weight of the vehicle.
  10. From Bing. ET 40 will it your vehicle. Don't know what 76.1 is.
  11. Either on pallet or 2 banded together. I would think most sellers ie trade would do it.
  13. Can't find the firm that I used but here are a few, You know where you want to send them, just add any postcode from wheel sellers on ebay to get a quote. Last time I sent a wheel to the uk mainland it weighed around 20 kgs.