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Toeside

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About Toeside

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  • Location
    Northumberland Borders
  • Interests
    Cars, Sports boats, Wakeboarding.

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  • My Ride
    Previously 987S Cobalt blue. Now 981S PDK Metallic black

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  1. Just removed the front bumper on my 981S searching for a AC leak and really struggled to disconnect the electrical connectors for the bumper electrics. The connector blocks sit either side tight under the head lamp platforms within the plastic arch trims. I realised that I really didnt have a clear knowledge of how to release the tab and was in danger of braeking something in such a tight space so I fiddled with the head lamp connector (easier access) to practice. I made this short video!
  2. Try a cocktail stick ........... and paint .............. low tech works
  3. No worries and no hurry. Have great holiday
  4. Thanks a bit of investment ..... but I bet it looks good!
  5. @Roch1969 Any pics of the GTS front end and a "How too"?
  6. Might help things move but not necessary. Main thing is keep things warm and if your getting frustrated on the first side go and have coffee and cool off and then go back and have another try. It is a straight forward job once you figure out the clips.
  7. I can confirm. The clip arrangement is a right royal PITA around the exhaust. I did post some pics but they were lost when the photo sharing app stopped allowing free stuff I think I might still have them some where. Another tip especially at this time of year is to keep all the plastic warm. It helps prevent snapping clips and gives you a little more margin to flex stuff without damage. Good luck!
  8. £377 from my usual £577 from Lockton ?? Prices have gone up for me. Further shopping required!
  9. Exactly .......... sorry missed the last post
  10. Haggle ............... there is a deal to be struck. Check elsewhere and try to price match?
  11. Great stuff I like the share of tips and strip downs! is that Bob Newhart?
  12. Use a metal cutting blade or very fine cut and tape the area to be cut. Shouldn't be a problem.
  13. Tidy job. Well done Eddie. Looks very OE!
  14. Yes if you look at the up close shots I have tried to indicate how the clips interact. Have you got some trim tools flat pry types available? Use tape to protect paint surfaces
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