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#1 Wednesday 28th August 2013 16:45:24

winchman
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Wanted Dual controls and a Roof sign

Hello
Looking for a set of dual controls to fit a 2000 micra and a magnetic roof sign
Idealy North West but would travel

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Wednesday 28th August 2013 16:45:24

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#2 Wednesday 28th August 2013 16:56:20

Roadmaster
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Re: Wanted Dual controls and a Roof sign

Have you had a look on ebay?

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#3 Wednesday 28th August 2013 17:01:05

winchman
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Re: Wanted Dual controls and a Roof sign

Roadmaster wrote:

Have you had a look on ebay?

Yes that was the first place I looked, plenty for the later K12 micra but mines a K11

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#4 Monday 2nd September 2013 22:37:07

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#5 Tuesday 3rd September 2013 05:52:46

winchman
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Re: Wanted Dual controls and a Roof sign

Thanks but not on face book

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#6 Tuesday 22nd October 2013 21:18:10

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Re: Wanted Dual controls and a Roof sign

I have a set of universal, cable controlled dual controls available.  Would probably need different length cables for your car though.  I had them in a 2011 Suzuki Swift.


Just because I'm a driving instructor, it doesn't make me a dual control freak. 
www.way-ahead-driving.co.uk

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#7 Tuesday 22nd October 2013 23:02:28

winchman
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Re: Wanted Dual controls and a Roof sign

Thanks but by the time I have altered them it would be cheaper just to get the correct ones.
I have not got a roof sign from Ebay

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#8 Tuesday 22nd October 2013 23:20:39

AUTAX
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Re: Wanted Dual controls and a Roof sign

DO NOT go to lettercraft. They sold me a screen printed sign that went brown within two years. Very rude lady on the phone with a couldn't care less attitude, (must have been the way I washed it!).

Bought one from a firm in Portsmouth but you'll have to wait for the morning before I check out the name.


Be Fear-less, go GEAR-LESS!

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#9 Wednesday 23rd October 2013 20:12:04

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Re: Wanted Dual controls and a Roof sign

Got 2 old roof boxes.  one has yellowed with age, the other is still white.  I've got an aero box now.


Just because I'm a driving instructor, it doesn't make me a dual control freak. 
www.way-ahead-driving.co.uk

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#10 Wednesday 23rd October 2013 20:41:01

martin Williams
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Re: Wanted Dual controls and a Roof sign

metalmicky wrote:

Got 2 old roof boxes.  one has yellowed with age, the other is still white.  I've got an aero box now.

 

Have you noticed a saving with the mpg using the aero box?

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#11 Wednesday 30th October 2013 20:14:07

metalmicky
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Re: Wanted Dual controls and a Roof sign

Yes, I've noticed a fuel saving of around 5 to 8 mpg & you can feel the difference when you're driving.


Just because I'm a driving instructor, it doesn't make me a dual control freak. 
www.way-ahead-driving.co.uk

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#12 Friday 1st November 2013 19:40:28

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Re: Wanted Dual controls and a Roof sign

I think a roof box is a bit old fashioned.

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#13 Friday 1st November 2013 22:07:15

Mentor
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Re: Wanted Dual controls and a Roof sign

sofasurfer wrote:

I think a roof box is a bit old fashioned.

Helps when you are trying to find your car in a busy car park though.  big_smile

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#14 Friday 1st November 2013 23:07:29

brod
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Re: Wanted Dual controls and a Roof sign

metalmicky wrote:

  I've got an aero box now.

Is it "mint" or "chocolate" lol
Seriously though I agree with Sofasurfer

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#15 Saturday 2nd November 2013 00:18:54

AUTAX
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Re: Wanted Dual controls and a Roof sign

sofasurfer wrote:

I think a roof box is a bit old fashioned.

Best place to advertise your business. If you don't wish to advertise then just use Ls.


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