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Back with a mk7 this time!

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Re: Back with a mk7 this time!

Postby dirtydog » Sat Apr 13, 2019 6:06 pm

Next up was the back, hours and hours of clearing, sorting and arranging. Half a wheelie bin of rubbish and a load of scrap!

And yes this is after I tidied, can see the new lights in this one as well

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Need to add a bit more storage for my hoovers, dust sheets etc

The old led strip lights were on their way out with a load of dead leds and more of the leds were flashing
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I also hadn't fitted them or wired them very well at all as it was a rush to get some lighting in the back, the original factory lights were knackered when I bought it
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Re: Back with a mk7 this time!

Postby RustWidow » Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:21 pm

That’s a lot of stuff to be carrying around!
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Re: Back with a mk7 this time!

Postby dirtydog » Tue Apr 16, 2019 7:21 am

RustWidow wrote:That’s a lot of stuff to be carrying around!



Yep, lot of tools and a lot of materials. That's why I got a lwb 350 :wink:
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