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Old 29th April 2021, 09:49   #11
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Just sat and went through the instructions fully and watched all the videos, really impressed. Obviously a lot of thought and time went into not just creating the kit but to make sure that the instructoons were clear and easy to follow. Well done Neil and thanks again Rick for bringing them to the masses
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Old 4th May 2021, 16:47   #12
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On a slightly different topic but still related to this.
When you fit the dashboard LEDs, can the dial faces be changed, i.e., mk1 to facelift and visa versa or does a totally new dashboard set up need to be done including virginising the dash and light control?
Yes the dial faces can be swapped.

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Just sat and went through the instructions fully and watched all the videos, really impressed. Obviously a lot of thought and time went into not just creating the kit but to make sure that the instructoons were clear and easy to follow. Well done Neil and thanks again Rick for bringing them to the masses
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Neil has clearly put a lot of time and effort into the instructions he's supplied, clearest instructions I've ever seen in fact
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Can I order an amber set for cruise and audio please Rick
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Unfortunate the deadline was end of March to order a set mate.
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