Keith WilsonWell that was easy!Thee upper outers went straight in. Bottom outers were a bit of a b****r, requiring more brute strength than I would have liked!The middle I had already done, but not so happy with. I've got ACC, there is only one pair of clips, and it pulls out easily.Thanks for your input Rob.Mark its not very intuitive, but a bit of gentle alignment, bottom edge first and they eventually pop in to place. Bottom outers were a bit difficult. I have an old philips screwdriver with the last 15mm of the blade bent over at 90' and it is the perfect tool.
adrianbI know this is a very OCD question, but how are you guys/girls avoiding sticky finger prints and dents on the paintwork when closing boot lid now that the useful Model Badge has gone ?
adrianbHi Dan, glad I am not the only one, i guess the Cayman has enough weight in hatch, the alloy lid on Boxster needs a good push 😱
adrianbI guess back in the day, we would all have been wearing driving gloves
PeterJRoltGood old leather any day 🙂
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