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#16 hubby1959

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 02:42 PM

About 6 weeks ago i fitted a witter towbar to my MK2 without having to cut any part of the bumper.

 

For the time being i scotch locked the electrics in, (Freezing my nee nah's off and had had enough) and once the weather warms up i'm gonna solder them in properly and use heat shrink to weatherproof them



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#17 stef123

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 04:50 PM

Those instructions are quite poor..

 

 

About 6 weeks ago i fitted a witter towbar to my MK2 without having to cut any part of the bumper.

 

For the time being i scotch locked the electrics in, (Freezing my nee nah's off and had had enough) and once the weather warms up i'm gonna solder them in properly and use heat shrink to weatherproof them

 

If you are planning on soldering and using heatshrink to weatherproof the cores (no need really as long as they are insulated) i would use the glue lined heatshrink as there is more chance of moisture creeping into the normal stuff



#18 stooge75

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 05:12 PM

mines have all been scothlocked also.im gonna solder em in few days as well




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