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billythewhizz

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fixing bits
« on: 22:14, Sun 27 March 2011 »
bumper got dinked by some inadequate c#ck so had to sort it, and the exhaust has never fitted correctly (and is still too long) but got it in line at least !






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Re: fixing bits
« Reply #1 on: 22:37, Sun 27 March 2011 »
My exhaust doesn't fit properly either, it hangs too low and to the right.   :(

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Re: fixing bits
« Reply #2 on: 22:51, Sun 27 March 2011 »
thats what our's was ....too low and off to the right, it wasnt connected to the rubber grommit in front of the rear wheel and the metal band on the silencer wasnt positioned properly, pretty simple to fix really !

two garages told us it needed a new exhaust !!!! took chris an hour !

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Re: fixing bits
« Reply #3 on: 08:11, Mon 28 March 2011 »
Sounds like the same problem with mine.

I reattach it but it doesn't stay on for long, i think i'm going to have to loosen all the brackets and realign it, i'm not 100% sure it's in the correct position at the moment.

Fed up of it knocking on the rear suspension.  :evil:

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Re: fixing bits
« Reply #4 on: 17:10, Mon 28 March 2011 »
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it hangs too low and to the right.   :(

 i got the same problem dude  :lol:
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Re: fixing bits
« Reply #5 on: 17:21, Mon 28 March 2011 »
Cable ties will assist you with the problem and help keep it in place.