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 Post subject: Re: A Basic Guide To Detailing
PostPosted: Tue Jun 09, 2015 3:05 pm 
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Mods: Dog Guard, LED Side and Interior Lights - New Turbo, New Intercooler, New Fuel Transport Pump, New Clutch and Flywheel, 4 New Brake Calipers, New Sump Pan, New ARB Bushes, New Drop Links - Tells you all you need to know about the X-Trail
Looks like a PDG that will do both metal and plastic panels costs about £1500, which is way out of my price range. So looks like the DA is a no go for the time being, I could buy a PDG that will do the metal panels and then get some readings taken from the wings and bumpers, but not to sure if I can get someone to do that for me, plus it's a lot of messing about.

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