16 Rivets, 2 plates and 6 cable ties later

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16 Rivets, 2 plates and 6 cable ties later

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and the under-tray is back together.....nice day for lace making

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Re: 16 Rivets, 2 plates and 6 cable ties later

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I've got one of those that needs much the same treatment... Oner day when it's a bit warmer...

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Re: 16 Rivets, 2 plates and 6 cable ties later

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putting the C5 up my ramps was fun ......it is a bit disconcerting powering up into the sky backwards ! :)

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Re: 16 Rivets, 2 plates and 6 cable ties later

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:? That sounds like a lot of effort for something that is only £30 to replace sticky?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/201542232637

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Re: 16 Rivets, 2 plates and 6 cable ties later

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I saw one of these for a Xantia, paper thin.....

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Re: 16 Rivets, 2 plates and 6 cable ties later

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I bought one for my series 1 c5. Thicker and tougher than the oem one was :D

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Re: 16 Rivets, 2 plates and 6 cable ties later

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Ah well, 32p of rivets and some scrap plastic will have to do :)

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Re: 16 Rivets, 2 plates and 6 cable ties later

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wurlycorner wrote::? That sounds like a lot of effort for something that is only £30 to replace sticky?
Yes, but it's the satisfaction gained that makes the effort worth it ;)
Stickyfinger wrote:I saw one of these for a Xantia, paper thin.....
Gabriel's is a real chunky affair...