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I thought i'd upload my Focus mk2.5 modifications

How It was purchased

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1st Mod was fitting new wheels bargain £80 set

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then was tinting (a must)

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then I thought about changing the rear fog light to the euro style

now for inside and some smaller mods

new heater control knobs

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now for some chrome detailing

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also

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thoughts and ideas welcome

cheers

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I'm not sure Led interior lights, possibly wind deflectors & not sure after that. Yes those alloys were a bargain. Straight swop from the standard ones. Even better as I got new tyres from dealer before I bought it.

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I was still undecided cause I'd read about them marking the glass ? And as I've got windows tinted didn't want that problem.

Have you got them ? Any problems ?

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Shouldnt do mate aslong as you fit them properly. You got the front Windows tinted? You get a bit of a squeeking noise when they shut but apparently if you spray abit of WD40 on them it sorts it :)

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Thanks for the upload !! Smart mate !!!!

When you do LED lights , don't forget the footwells, and rear reg lights ! I chose white LED they looks smart as !!!

Interior - there must be more us guys can do !!!! Lol, i can't think

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You can get rear ones but they dont realy do much whereas the front ones are actually practical ie they reduce noise and let you open the windows to a point and rain doesnt come in etc

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As tinting is applied to the inside of the glass you'll be ok if the glass should scuff a little bit, any scraping is likely to occur on the outside only.

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