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Guide To Fitting An Analog Clock In Rear Of Armrest Mk2.5

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A SIMPLE GUIDE TO FITTING AN ANALOG CLOCK TO THE REAR ARMREST OF A FOCUS MK.25

I HAVE FITTED AN ANALOG CLOCK TO THE REAR OF MY CENTER ARMREST ON MY FOCUS MK2.5 IN THE TINY USELESS CHUBBY

IT LOOKS FANTASTIC AND IS A 12V WITH RED BACKLIT DISPLAY.

A FULL PDF GUIDE , SO IF YOU WANT TO DOWNLOAD AND PRINT , FITTING WILL BE EASIER THAN RUNNING BACK TO THE PC

GUIDE TO FITTING ANALOG CLOCK IN REAR OF ARMREST FOCUS MK2.pdf

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THANKYOU FOR LOOKING AT MY GUIDE --- PREEE

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Fantastc job done Preee mate,

this looks to be factory fitted to the centre console, B)

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Cheers Lenny , i'm really happy with the results :)

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Thanks for the tutorial regarding the parking sensors. I had them installed in no time. always thanks to you. :)

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@gizwardu Your welcome , glad the guide helped

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Paul, excellent job with the analog clock .. look amazing and stock as Lenny said :) but where are you going to put your rear seat entertainment control panel now :O

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Paul, excellent job with the analog clock .. look amazing and stock as Lenny said :) but where are you going to put your rear seat entertainment control panel now :o

Thats easy , Any rear seat entertainment i won't need anything electrical :)

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Thats easy , Any rear seat entertainment i won't need anything electrical :)

Just a tool to remove heel marks from the headlining. ;)

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