ramon wrote:Hi all and happy new year,
To start the year I have decided to remove all the body parts and resoray them, some of the parts are easy to remove but there are some difficult ones. I have some questions to the experts:
1- Triying to remove the rear panel there are 10 expansion rivets that I can not pull out the plug without breaking the plug or the rivet it self, is there a method to do this?
2- There are a lot of expansion rivets of different sizes, where can I find them?
3- Where can I find the clips that hold the parts together?
4- Are there clues to reinstal the parts? like order, etc...
Thank you in advance
Jet wrote:Correction: remove front undertray, Indicator lenses, 6 expanding rivets, 3 torx bolts under rubber strip, 1x 10mm bolt in wheel well either side behind guard, slide bumper forwards. With a fully stocked garage such as yours, 1 hour max.
a1z1 wrote:Thats correct the bumper can be removed without removing the wings. Jet you have forgotten those annoying little clips which hold the wing and bumper together at the edge of thw wheel arch.
tg184 wrote:Thanks , Jet. Not sure yet, but you might be right about the Z. My wallet is howling in pain already...
Re. Zedfest, if that's the meet 21/7, no, like Racing Tortoise I'll be on holiday. And, yes, like him, I...wasn't completely in control of the choice of date... But, thanks for the warning. Maybe it's for the best.
And, no, my 'tg' goes back to long before the torture garden was founded, or anything else much like that. (Probably. If I even knew. Which I don't. Obviously. ) It was just the design prefix for the f1 team I follow, under its original name. ('Senna' might know what I'm talking about. Or he might not.) Just a homemade, zero-budget F1 car with a homemade, zero-budget turbo engine. Oh, and few if any of the staff had any F1 experience, including the technical director. But 30 years ago I knew what they'd done in F2, and I had an idea they might make the big time. Since then...it's been a bumpy ride. But 4xWDCs and 3xWCCs later, I'm still following them.
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