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#1 matt050990

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Posted 18 April 2017 - 07:54 PM

Hey all,

Need some assistance here from the pro's......

I purchased a boot lining kit from a firm on eBay who's feedback on the same item was very good but can't seem to get it to fit.

From looking online it seems it was one designed to fit on top of a spare wheel, I don't have one but can design something to replicate as have an amp in the place of a wheel.

I have rested all the prices in place bit nothing seems very sturdy at all, thought about brackets but don't like the idea of them showing.

Has anyone got any top tips / pictures of their kits so I may see what I do I get wrong?

Does everything go flush to a surface or is there some dead space behind smell of the pieces?


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#2 bangermadness08

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Posted 18 April 2017 - 08:13 PM

Hi their i dont have much of a pic of mine but as i removed my spare wheel i made a wooden frame thats sits in place of the tyre and is the same hieght as the tyre... a simple wooden square with 4 legs light enough but strong

#3 matt050990

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Posted 18 April 2017 - 08:16 PM

Yeah good shout,
I tried putting some Wood in there loose to pack it out but none of the actual panels seems to stay put very well. They stay there by touch but any bump would tip them over, are they supposed to just push together or is screwing and brackets req?

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Posted 20 April 2017 - 09:40 AM

When i had the tyre fitted the panels wherr very tight to fit so stayed put i havnt tried it yet with the wood but you can buy brackets to keep ecerything in place




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