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    Allan Fisher

    Default 348 Boot Trim

    Another job ticked off. When I bought the tatty 348 the boot trim pieces were all missing, or so I thought. Two side pieces were, but the hard to source rhd rear piece was actually under the carpet! (So I now have a spare!) All now back in place, a fiddly wee job though!Name:  1.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allandwf View Post
    .. a fiddly wee job though!
    I found that out a couple of weeks ago. Sure there's an easy way to line up the screws into the bulkhead but I couldn't work out what it is:

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