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Roo

Member Since 25 Mar 2010
Offline Last Active May 05 2010 08:35 AM
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In Topic: Heater Has A Mind Of Its Own?

24 April 2010 - 11:58 PM

the door handle wont push in when yo uhave the door open? sounds sencible to me, maybe a way of stopping you locking your keys in your car, my old citroen had the same idea

In Topic: Squeegee Vs Chamois

08 April 2010 - 10:55 AM

a tea towel? lol! that cxant be good for paintwork, my dads old laguna looked about 20 years older after he washed it with a dishcloth every week lol

i may have to invest in one of these miricle microfiber cloths

In Topic: Ford Ka 2001 Help ?

07 April 2010 - 02:16 PM

Ebay is probably the best place for cosmetic stuff on your car, everything can be bought from wheels to sideskirts, to those hideous plastic cigarette lighter things

Alternatively, do you have a scrapyard local? this is the best place to find spare parts on the cheap, alloy wheels are pretty cheap, and cosmetic stuff like vanity mirrors, door cards, buttons, switches etc can be cheaply found

For oily parts, like engine spares, suspention arms or stuff like that, then talk to your local garage, i can never trust important parts that have come form a scrap yard.

In Topic: Ford Sportka Centre Exaust Mod?

06 April 2010 - 02:58 PM

someone not like the ford ka? lol

i have decided that the spare is staying where it is, so re-routing the exaust is out of the question, could still place a different reverse light and sit a fake exaust tip in the stock reverse light position, but would look odd on cold mornings when the steam is coming from elseware lol

and i agree, that stock reverse light looks silly

In Topic: Squeegee Vs Chamois

06 April 2010 - 11:27 AM

good greif, i didnt realize there was so much to just washing a car lol

i always use a jumbo car sponge which is rung dry after each use and stored in a dry garage (away from my dad who leaves everything outside in the rain) the microfibre cloth seems a better idea though, the Chamois are a pain to store and last time i used one it left white streaks all over everything

plus my car is 6 years old now, the paint has dulled, its covered in stone chips and is beginning to rust (rust will be sorted this coming summer) so will the mit and seperate cleaning water really make that much of a difference? on a brand new car i can see how it would preserve the paintwork, but on an old car, surely it cant make the paint any better? or reverse ageing