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    Yeh I had just washed the car then just wiped them over with a dab on a cloth around the areas I was going to address to ensure no grease or wax in the chip holes, the paint seemed to stick pretty well. In a couple of days I’ll go over the areas with wax to reapply the protection (not planning on driving the car the next couple of days)
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    Yep, my wife did this to mine, really simple fix with replacement plastic ends from eBay - @chanlon1 I posted my fix and pics here; http://www.BoXa.net/forum/topic/78216-987-roof-broken-where-to-buy-parts/
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    I think you are right Richard, after all, that is probably how Porsche would do it if the original unit had failed like mine and they had to set-up a brand new unit. But you know me, (I used to be a project manager), I will always opt for the plan that has a greater certainty of success ...... I can't help myself, it's how I was trained 🙂 Thanks again for all your support cheers Tony
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    Strange, in my experience adding a spouse or partner to a policy usually decreases the premium. Might be worth checking that you have entered all her details correctly?
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    Try aviva, admiral etc. I'm about £550pa for the 718 f/c and a mini tpft with aviva, 55. GF down as a driver on both, bit younger than me.
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    Its a great low budget OP mod. Two methods for fitting now documented. Give me a PM if you get to carry it out on the car although I have listed all the learning I discovered. Figuring out the clips (pics posted on the thread) and having some trim tools are key getting the job done.
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    I also struggle with the online manuals. I found this link with downloadable manuals. Are these the same PDF's that were being shared at the start of the thread? https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ouzakynhqguc3nc/AABotbLZRbNcdOJH7MfHbIaIa?dl=0
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