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laumk7

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About laumk7

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    Ford Enthusiast
  • Birthday 12/04/1972

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  • First Name
    Laurie

Profile Information

  • Gender*
    Female
  • Ford Model
    Fiesta TX 125
  • Ford Year
    2015
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Gloucestershire
  • Annual Mileage
    10,001 to 15,000
  • Interests
    Arts & Crafts
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    Wild west

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  1. Some more pics
  2. Here's a couple of pics from my old badge project, the rear (ignore the plastic cement) shows the sprees, second pic shows the molded writing removed, but well, you get the idea... I'll get some more pics in a sec
  3. I have I'll try and get some pics up before / during when I go to the gym
  4. It's much nicer imo
  5. Is it the older badge where it's all flush, or the newer badge with the molded writing? Either way it's sticky foam and three or two fairly long at 1" each locating sprues depending on the badge type I'd ease it out gently separating the sticky foam from the car, then pull out to avoid snapping the sprues
  6. Same here Adrian Flux and Aviva are amongst my highest quotes ever for my standard (atm) new car
  7. I can equate with that, mines rising from free to 130 lol Worth it though right?
  8. A. Get it done professionally as they need to come off to get it done properly B. Caliper paint C. Let your insurers know when it's done, counts as a mod D. Answered re alloy painting back in the fiesta area
  9. Mileage, the petrol engine is only much use for circa 100,000 miles whereas as this is relatively young for a diesel. Cambelt, when was it last done Take it for a test drive, was it ragged in a past life? The gear changes and engine running will let you know
  10. It depends on where in the country you are and have them done tbh. I'm in the wild west and charges are quite high, whereas if you go more northern the prices decrease. Ring around and get some quotes you should be looking around circa 200 for the whole car. Also don't forget when it's done insurers need to know, doesn't make any difference to the premium but it does count as a modification
  11. I had mine professionally done due to the correct drying and setting time. Didn't cost too bad tbh, I had it done before I collected the car
  12. Exhaust outlet pipe thing, whatever it's called
  13. The fact that wee bit of plastic suggests to me at least that the lights power source is probably fine wire, in which case superglue isn't going to help at all. I think to put it bluntly it's going to be a new one from ford's. Let's just hope the cost isn't too high, no danger of falling back on warranty either as the damage was self inflicted. Another option is to contact a car breakers off ebay breaking the right car Did you find the source of the rattle?
  14. Keep tilting and looking at the shine to see where you've missed when buffing, tis the only way Bluddy car looks exactly the same after waxing though! It's just as bad as silver at not showing your hard work!
  15. Dodo juice light fantastic on white and dodo juice purple haze on black at the moment... Poorboys pink wheel sealant or swissvax autobahn on the rims