Discussion in 'Interior' started by KahunaKombi, Oct 6, 2006.
They dont come with an instruction sheet. Just follow the photos that have been put up on here.
So what is the difference between the ones that Roy sells to the ones that were for sale last weekend at dubs??? Obviously they look different..but which ones work best??
That's a great idea, going to use that for sure.
The shelfs alone are really sturdy and don't rattle but some of the stuff I keep in my parcel shelf does bounce around.
I tried both and found that the plastic one was much easier to install. If you have a deluxe the you will have to cut the corners off and put a screw through the corners into the vent.
I have it....it's in....4 and a half hours for an engineer to install in my deluxe...glad I wasn't paying him.
As you say, just as well you weren't paying for the engineer's time, at circa > £100 per hour labour charges; that would have been an expensive set of parcel shelves. :umm:
Are these available through the Bus Stop, I couldnt find them, how much are they?
Great thread. i really would like some shelves, loved the curved ones. In the last 3 days, Ive had my mobile, key and pen fall down the back of the tray thats already in and I REALLY would like a cup holder. I looked at the ones on Samba but whats the score with delivery did anyone find out. The bus stop I couldnt find them. Can anyone point me in the right direction please.
Stupid question, how do you install the handbrake surround? or did I skim over this thread too quickly?
Look at post #36
Worked it out there is a pin in the handle though someone had glued the handle on or something mines in a few adjustments to make may take some pics when lights better
Guys this is the first time I've posted (I'm not techno savvy with the photos) I realise this post has been running for a number of years but I thought I'd show you my home made under dash shelf.
I didn't really want a full length one but just enough for the speakers wallet and a couple of drink holders.
Shaped up a bit of MDF, few coats of bondcrete to waterproof and the fitting. I'm pretty pleased with myself considering I got the speakers to sound ok in the position they are in!
Find the cup holders are limited value. not much space to get in/out easily and small diameter.
Email or phone Roy at the Bus Stop.
Bit worried with the first chipboard pic but final product jooks great, and like the idea of front speaker position. Door mounted bounces the sound across the cab, not where the ears are!
a can of xxxx fits perrrfect
that looks great! well doen , thinking outside the square!
heres mine bought from JK
My Two Pennys Worth
The hardest thing I found was fitting the rubber boot on the floor for the hand break rod, I had to remove all bolts links etc
HMRMDF when sealed & painted will last forever if kept dry. Nice work ooncey - careful you don't blow a knee cartilage when you crank the tunes :lol: cheers, Mark
Deaf left leg syndrome!
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