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Member Since 13 Feb 2011
Offline Last Active Jul 21 2014 11:19 AM

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In Topic: Flaking Paint New St

10 June 2014 - 02:49 PM

Yes normal shampoo that ive used a 1000 times before


The local ford dealer I bought it from haven't got a bodyshop so ive got to take it to a dealer 15 miles away!!

In Topic: Fiesta St3 With Mp215 Insurance Problem - Who Has The Kit On?

28 May 2014 - 01:45 PM

Im 50 and paid £220 on a new ST2 in april

In Topic: Privacy Glass

06 May 2014 - 09:40 AM

I bought a used zs tdci from tc Harrison.


after a couple of weeks I noticed that the rear screen and one rear window were privacy glass and the other rear window was a normal tint (Don't know how I missed it)


I rang them up and they arranged to have it changed. They reckoned it may have been built like it


The windows are bonded in so they had it for a few hours while the adhesive went off properly


I would insist on replacing the glass

In Topic: I'm Coming Back... [Warning: St Inside!]

06 May 2014 - 09:32 AM

Hi Nath


Glad to see you rejoined the fold


I swapped my old ZS TDCi in MArch for an ST2 brilliant car


Had a stock model though shame you cant retro cruise and powerfold though (unless you've found a way)





In Topic: Help Body Kit Inbound

10 April 2014 - 09:08 AM


I fitted skirts to my zs tdci as I didn't have them from the factory. I had them painted by a local body shop.

There were two clips which push fitted into holes in the underside (you have to remove the two seals from the holes) There were also about four push in clips either side which fit into the sill holes on models which have them factory fitted (you can ignore these as you wont have the holes).

I then bought some automotive grade double sided sticky about 5mm wide and stuck this on the mating faces of the skirts at the top.

The holes on the underside of the skirts slid onto the fittings you push into the underside.

I then pulled a little of the backing tape off the double sided so you can push the skirt to the car and working from the middle then pull the backing off and push.

Then fit the end caps.

I never had any issues with them coming away and they were on for three years when I px it.