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Andyoz

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  1. Ok, I see what you mean. Use the wide wedge to generate some downward force on the edge of the trim. At the same time, lever the upholstery tool in at the base of the clip against the painted metal of the hood itself (I've masked off the paint with tape to protect it). So I'm basically levering the two tools in opposite directions to each other to double up on the downward for on the clip... if that makes sense...
  2. I'm just having a go at this one and can't even get one of the hatch trim clips to pop out let alone 15 of them I have the identical trim remover tools as in the instructions. I can get the tip of upholstery remover tool (circled) into the base of the clip but the tip just flexes when I apply ALOT of pressure. So sign of the clip even creaking let alone popping out?
  3. I just think our 10 to 15 year old cars really have no place at an OPC service centre. Those places want the 6 years and younger stuff. You know, the ones where they can charge a shed load for just changing the fluids. The mechanics there don't see many 987.1 anyway whereas a good indie does so how up the speed of them is your grunt at the OPC anyway.
  4. Ummm...cancel that as just looked at sellers facebook profile banner image...
  5. If I was in the market for a lowish mile/owner gen 2, I'd be messaging this lad with an offer just over WBAC. Already has Spyders and black mirrors/vent. It's of Facebook group "Porsche 987 Owners Club"
  6. Hope this seller is a bit more realistic than the recent black PDK one that didn't hit reserve....I think it was £39k with fees and didn't have many of the key options. If the Ashgoods Silver PDK wasn't selling at £40k then that should have told the CC seller something...
  7. Your gearing will feel even longer than stock!
  8. I've read a few lads using different Porsche model mounts on their 987's and they make it sound easy but they mustn't have been 964RS mounts?
  9. Interested how it all goes. I might tackle my mounts over winter
  10. Mine just runs like this. There's a chunky seal on the door frame and it definitely showd no permanent signs of deformation as the cables so thin.
  11. That's interesting. I find that the charger cable is thin enough to go under the bottom of the door easily. The main body of the charger sits on my garage floor so it's the length of cable between that and the cigarette lighter attachment that goes under the door. The cigarette lighter adaptor cable I linked too in earlier post allows enough cable length for me to do that. I really couldn't be arsed messing around under my frunk.
  12. Yes, that's the idea. I checked my orders and this is the one I got. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0016LA5O8/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  13. I'm confused why you don't just use the lighter socket inside? You just need the adaptor cable - the cable's thin and goes within the lower door seal gap when closed easily.
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