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Staple balls

posted on 15/5/05 at 09:09 AM Reply With Quote
First go at dash

Well, I made the choice of padding and shit, and ended up with this, it still needs a bit of work, but i'm pleased with it so far











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Fifer

posted on 15/5/05 at 09:21 AM Reply With Quote
looks good, it's a good way to get the clocks set into the dash tpo save them causing issues with SVA.
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RoadkillUK

posted on 15/5/05 at 02:47 PM Reply With Quote
Are you sure you can see the speedo from the driving seat with the steering wheel in place ?

I can't with mine !!








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Staple balls

posted on 15/5/05 at 06:52 PM Reply With Quote
if i can't see the speedo (i've not got the steering wheel adaptor yet) i'll just swap the sides of the speedo and the tach.






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owelly

posted on 15/5/05 at 11:16 PM Reply With Quote
I would rather see the tacho!!!





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Hellfire

posted on 16/5/05 at 07:19 AM Reply With Quote
Nice job Staple... now to complete!
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Staple balls

posted on 16/5/05 at 11:47 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by owelly
I would rather see the tacho!!!


so would i, but i bet Mr. sva would rather i could see the speedo

quote:
Originally posted by Hellfire
Nice job Staple... now to complete!


Complete? then what would i do with my weekends?

[Edited on 16/5/05 by Staple balls]






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