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Craig6682
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12th Sep 03 at 19:06   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Has anyone got those seatbelt covers you can get on there front standard seatbelts? I wanna ge some for mine but i'm not sure if they will just be a pain in the arse ??? I've seen them in other cars but ONLY on the rear seatbelts
Adam-D
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12th Sep 03 at 19:08   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

u mean harness pads
yeah theyll go on the front as well as the back
M4tt
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yeah manm you should get em cause they will look well sick.

you getting em from halfords yeah? causse you can get some neon washers jets too. they look the bomb m8, well easy to fit too.
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quote:
Originally posted by M4tt
yeah manm you should get em cause they will look well sick.

you getting em from halfords yeah? causse you can get some neon washers jets too. they look the bomb m8, well easy to fit too.


Took me two hours to put a new wiper on
Adam-D
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12th Sep 03 at 19:14   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

harness pads-seatbelt covers
go on by folding round the seatbelt and sticking with vecro
Craig6682
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quote:
Originally posted by Adam-D
harness pads-seatbelt covers
go on by folding round the seatbelt and sticking with vecro


Cool. Can i just ask for a description of them, colour etc.
mav
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12th Sep 03 at 19:37   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Just don't do it...Look shite..These guys r taken the piss m8.....
Craig6682
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quote:
Originally posted by mav
Just don't do it...Look shite..These guys r taken the piss m8.....


Looking for things to do to my car at the mo that i don't have to tell the insurance about. I've seen them in a Black Clio and look quite good in the back. I think myself that they will be a bit of a pain in the arse in the front though
Drew
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12th Sep 03 at 19:42   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

this lad has got to be a wind up
DanielJ
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12th Sep 03 at 19:44   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

i got sum in my car
mav
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your better off not putting them on m8 on a viryually standard car.
I am not taking the piss when I say ppl will laugh at them...

Try and pic up a cheap 2nd hand set of alloys ....something like that...
Or buya gear knob,handbrake sleeve etc....Better than harness pads....You'll gearknob,handbrake sleeve for 10-15 m8..
Craig6682
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quote:
Originally posted by mav
your better off not putting them on m8 on a viryually standard car.
I am not taking the piss when I say ppl will laugh at them...

Try and pic up a cheap 2nd hand set of alloys ....something like that...
Or buya gear knob,handbrake sleeve etc....Better than harness pads....You'll gearknob,handbrake sleeve for 10-15 m8..


Thinkin of doin da handbrake and gearknob anyways. Gotta tell the insurance bout alloys etc.

mav
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12th Sep 03 at 20:09   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

they shouldn't put it up for say 15" alloys....
Craig6682
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quote:
Originally posted by mav
they shouldn't put it up for say 15" alloys....


I could always ask them. Seen some nice Peugeot ones today starting from 390. Think that was for a set of 4 with tyres and fitting. THEY WERE NEW !!!
mav
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12th Sep 03 at 20:16   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

good price that like....
Craig6682
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quote:
Originally posted by mav
good price that like....


I'll find out next Thursday when i take my car in. They had some for 405 that were sexy. They were a bit diffrent to the ones one the new 206 GTi. I will have to find out about the insurance on my car first. Paying like 1016 for TPFT now because of my age and having no NCB yet.
Paul_J
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12th Sep 03 at 21:28   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Why not get some after market alloys? 2nd hand - decent style not budget TSW's...

blah just don't tell insurance about your wheels. If you do have a accident that's not too bad, then you can put your old wheels back on if they come to inspect it. If the crash is really bad, you won't have any alloys left for them to see - it'll just be a tangle of metal.

I think Sxi's are automatically covered for alloys, since they come standard with alloys...

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quote:
Originally posted by Paul_J
Why not get some after market alloys? 2nd hand - decent style not budget TSW's...

blah just don't tell insurance about your wheels. If you do have a accident that's not too bad, then you can put your old wheels back on if they come to inspect it. If the crash is really bad, you won't have any alloys left for them to see - it'll just be a tangle of metal.

I think Sxi's are automatically covered for alloys, since they come standard with alloys...

Paul J


Was thinking this. I'm gonna need some new tyres soon so might just save up and get those Peugeot alloys.
M4tt
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12th Sep 03 at 22:33   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

i got a better idea than buying alloys, i seen it done loadz of times...

what you do is take the standard steal wheel off and mark a template of what kinda design you like ( i.e. mark out the spokes)....

then you get your trusty jigsaw out and cut it out.

then get some halfords spray cans out and spray the steel bit n e colour you like.

trust me on this one, looks fooking brillant, best thing is it's virtually free apart from buying the paint and that.

mav
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12th Sep 03 at 22:35   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

gie him a break..................
M4tt
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12th Sep 03 at 22:37   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote



im only playin
mav
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12th Sep 03 at 22:38   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote



I know..

Joff
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You can get plenty of harness pads on ebay - some of them are tasteful. Broster had some on his seatbelts before he got his harnesses.
mattwhite
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i got vauxhall ones
Joff
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Don't worry, we won't laugh.

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