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Lee Bennett

Oh wow really close to the finish line now. Flew through the test today and my man turned up with some strips for me to try. Love it love it love it.

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Julie Hall - Peak District AO

The stripe sets the seats off really well👍 Looking good Mr B.

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Lee Bennett
1 hour ago, Julie Hall - Peak District AO said:

The stripe sets the seats off really well👍 Looking good Mr B.

Thank you.

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Dave Eastwood (Gadgetman) - Club Secretary

Great to see something a little different done with the stripe. 👍

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Lee Bennett
9 hours ago, Dave Eastwood (Gadgetman) - Club Secretary said:

Great to see something a little different done with the stripe. 👍

Lol, that's vodka and apple juice m8.

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Rab (bombero) Reid

@Lee Bennett, nice! Where did you get the bonnet scoop and how did you go about fitting it? 

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Lee Bennett
On 11/04/2021 at 20:00, Rab (bombero) Reid said:

@Lee Bennett, nice! Where did you get the bonnet scoop and how did you go about fitting it? 

I bought the scoop off ebay a subaru one I think then we had to cut the bonnet out and fibre glass it in. It was a bit of a task but happy with the result.

On 11/04/2021 at 20:00, Rab (bombero) Reid said:

@Lee Bennett, nice! Where did you get the bonnet scoop and how did you go about fitting it? 

 

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Somerset Jim

Does it have / need any bracing? Assume it's more than just the fibre glass join holding it in place? 

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Lee Bennett

No it's just fibreglass the base has extended wings so you cut the hole then put the scoop in from the underside. Then we just stuck the two pieces together with a fibreglass paste.

This was then covered with fibreglass sheets and gelled in.

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