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shortcircuit

posted on 28/6/20 at 12:57 PM Reply With Quote
Scuttle and Dash

Really struggling here as attempting to attach a picture but just bumbling about like Boris

I have uploaded to picture gallery but how to I attach it to my posting?

[Edited on 28/6/20 by shortcircuit]
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[Edited on 28/6/20 by shortcircuit]

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40inches

posted on 28/6/20 at 01:15 PM Reply With Quote
Copy and paste the pg code above the photo


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shortcircuit

posted on 28/6/20 at 01:17 PM Reply With Quote
Thanks I eventually got there. Still lost, will this strip meet IVA?
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Deckman001

posted on 28/6/20 at 02:26 PM Reply With Quote
The dash needs a radius edge at the bottom, not sure of the exsactly ratio but something like 20mm

Jason

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shortcircuit

posted on 28/6/20 at 02:51 PM Reply With Quote
Thanks for reply. IVA "radius of curvature not less than 19mm or 5mm and be covered with a non-rigid material," I was hoping the trim would meet the 5mm requirements and was looking for any experience.
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mackei23b

posted on 29/6/20 at 01:08 PM Reply With Quote
The IVA Manual IVA references a non rigid material:

" A "non-rigid material" is a material which has a hardness of less than 50 shore A. For the purposes of this examination it will be deemed to be a
material which is capable of depression under thumb pressure and when deformed retains a degree of protection against contact with any structure which it is covering and when released returns to its original form."

50 shore A is about equivalent of a rubber stamp - you can do a quick google to get other comparisons.


It's not to say it could not pass - but reading the description I's say the trim would not compress enough under a thumb pressure
Cheers

Ian

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shortcircuit

posted on 29/6/20 at 01:38 PM Reply With Quote
Thanks very much for that informative reply. I am aware of other trims that may be suitable so will continue a search for a solution other than welding something on.
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shortcircuit

posted on 29/6/20 at 07:59 PM Reply With Quote
How can I add a photo?

""Copy and paste the pg code above the photo""

Where do find that?

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Deckman001

posted on 29/6/20 at 09:09 PM Reply With Quote


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