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2 hours ago, Araf said:

I'm sure my boots have two each. :unsure: 

So does the 987.1 have one or two rear boot struts?

my 987.1 only has one on the drivers side. 

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Thanks to this post I noticed my rear today; only one strut!

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9 hours ago, chanlon1 said:

So does the 987.1 have one or two rear boot struts?

my 987.1 only has one on the drivers side. 

One only on offside.

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10 hours ago, chanlon1 said:

my 987.1 only has one on the drivers side. 

 

32 minutes ago, Remodot said:

One only on offside.

 

Oh you funny foreigners. Only one on RHS looking to the front. 

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18 hours ago, Araf said:

I'm sure my boots have two each. :unsure: 

Just one on the drivers side on my car.The passengers side doesn’t have anywhere to put one.

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You're quite right.  Two on the front, one on the rear. :)

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Replaced the boot strut.Works a treat now.👋👋

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Bought today Firefly Bluetooth music receiver plug and play added Radioplayer app result DAB radio excellent reception etc, plus music streaming from iPhone, well pleased 

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6 minutes ago, Springers said:

Bought today Firefly Bluetooth music receiver plug and play added Radioplayer app result DAB radio excellent reception etc, plus music streaming from iPhone, well pleased 

Ahh 987.2.no aux on the lowly.1.

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Took her for a drive over the Dales (Ribblehead Viaduct) with Senior. 

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39 minutes ago, Strosek said:

Early morning clean. 

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Very silver.

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Belated. 

Last weekend at “ quarter to daylight “ I put the Brompton in the frunk.  Blasted 45 miles down the the coast and cycled for 15 or so miles.  

full English.  Then home.  
 

I combined.  “Bike” with “Pork”.  
 

I call it “Bork”. 

and it’s what I do when “all them indoors”‘are still snoring.  

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Unblocked the rear drain holes!

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Booked in for new Water Drip Pans and B-Pillar Seals installed, post new Blue Mohair Roof.

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Best wishes,

 

Verner

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Checked tyre pressures prior to a run out tomorrow when the weather is supposed to be good.

Haven't had much chance since I bought the car a few weeks ago.

 

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Yesterday I put some air in the tyres... 

Today I'm going wild and going to tackle the groaning frunk strut (I always think that, as a Brit, it should be a froot...). Might even check the grills for leaves and look for those drain holes. 

All depends on the weather of course!

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On 10/22/2019 at 8:04 PM, Paul P said:

Belated. 

Last weekend at “ quarter to daylight “ I put the Brompton in the frunk.  Blasted 45 miles down the the coast and cycled for 15 or so miles.  

full English.  Then home.  
 

I combined.  “Bike” with “Pork”.  
 

I call it “Bork”. 

and it’s what I do when “all them indoors”‘are still snoring.  

Awesome ,don't think my cheapo dehon will fit but not tried..

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1 hour ago, Liberty said:

Awesome ,don't think my cheapo dehon will fit but not tried..

The Brompton is a snug fit.  I have to wrap it in an old sheet to stop it rubbing the plastics and i put a layer of cardboard over it in case it happens to “nudge” the bonnet lid. 

it clears the lid fine and I have had no collateral damage to bike or car just need to be careful when packing it in there.  
 

i went to Evans cycles and got them to fold One up and tried it out.

If it’s worth a try with other brands b true Brompton is the most compact fold and there’s not a lot of space left. 

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Just got our beauty back from its MOT, passed with one advisory, one of the rear number plater bulbs has blown...I can live with that..

Rog.

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Took mine for its second MOT under my ownership, it passed but not before a white knuckle ride with the emissions testing.

Tester said it was because I'd just driven straight there from home and the car wasn't fully warmed up, so was nothing to worry about

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