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    Quote Originally Posted by 24V Renshaw View Post
    Did this today. Worked really well.
    Just for a tip, drill the hole from the back, all you have to do is remove the dashboard undertray and you have easy access to drill the 6mm hole.

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    May give this a blast good write up!
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    Should this be a sticky?

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    Just done this today. Much better now! Cheers guys!
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    I'll be having a stab at this. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by VAG-hag View Post
    I'll be having a stab at this. Thanks
    Having "inherited" Jay's car then I can recommend this wholeheartedly!!

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    Really? Nicely done Ian

    Indeed I look forward to doing this. Wobbly wheel is not welcome!
    95 Mystic Blue Storm - It's bound to cause disappointment.

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    This is great idea, I did it quite a while back and been bang on.
    Only difference I did was using bolt threaded all the way and 3 sets of nuts and washers, so your clamping it both ways if ya know what I mean, that way it's more solid again, and infinitely adjustable, that adjustment does require removing cowling nd getting ya spanners out, but how many people drive your Corrado anyway, would'nt let my wife near mine, we've got another 2 cars she's welcome to use.
    You can adjust it on the notches and clamp it down, or adjust between the notches and clamp it.

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    I'm halfway there doing this along with loads of jobs on the interior. Shopping list for tomorrow includes an m6 X 80 thought I had a bolt long enough but sadly no
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    Fixed this tonight but didn't take pics as usual! Many thanks for the idea, seems much better
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