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Cleario

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Cleario last won the day on January 12

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About Cleario

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    Redlining
  • Birthday 11/05/1989

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    Cleario@hotmail.co.uk

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Cardiff
  • Interests
    I spend alot of my time in/around cars... Or with my friends
  • Model
    Gen 7

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  1. I run H&R 10mm rear spacers with longer studs. They are like you said slip on with the centre bore to locate the wheel. I no a lot of people who run with the wheel just located on the studs but personally i like you know the wheel locates correctly.
  2. I had the exact thing happen years ago on a bonnet I painted. He called it crows feet. i asked the painters in work what had gone wrong and told me it’s normally from not mixing enough, wrong ratio or applying the 2nd coat before the 1st has flashed. i Took it down with 600 on a DA and started again, again I was painting in my garage not a booth. Although it was only a bonnet I was gutted, I couldn’t imagine a whole car!
  3. I’d say so! A friend has a greddy lip and recently took it off to repaint it and it’s the same as mine. Not a big deal for me, the amount of stone chips mean it would need painting anyway but still a bummer. It’s rubber through the paint around the fog lights too!
  4. I’m not. When the wheels came from japan they came with 225/45/17’s so they filled the arches a little more. Then I dropped to 215. I was never really concerned with the ‘stance’ aspect more what felt the best on the road. they never looked ‘sunk’ in the arches though in my opinion.
  5. I’ve ran multiple sets of wheels on my celica over the years both 17” and 18” for me personally my wedssports 17x8 et34 with a 215 just worked right.
  6. I don’t use mine anymore really but I gave i treated it to a polish! The front end is ruined with stone chips and scratched from the C-one lip that once lived on it.
  7. I have a mark in the exact same place on the front bumper. I’ve actually given the celica a wash for the first time since around September. The paint work really is showing it’s age and mileage unfortunately.
  8. I checked with parts today, it’s not showing available with us.
  9. At least toyota put a orange <fuel door on the cluster. my Audi doesn’t have anything and I’m often dragging the pump across the roof rails
  10. I can enquire tomorrow if I get a spare 5 minutes
  11. I hope you used the service discount, 1Penny for 5L of oil!
  12. My celicas always been great in the snow, I’ve never gotten it stuck or missed a days work. Light, no traction control and a great handbrake. ive just picked up a set of A3 16” wheels to fit my winter tyres on, there some cheap wintraxx or something I bought 3 years ago. Used them on the celica through the snow and will do the same on the A4 with Quattro this year, I’m hoping it’ll be a little more fun with some AWD action. if it’s unless I’ll go back to the celica lol
  13. Unfortunately that true, I’ve been a tester for a few years in 3 different dealers, I’ve worked with people who will ‘fail’ a car unless X Y Z is upsold. Completely unfair
  14. If it’s insecure or likely to become disattachted it’ll fail. If it’s still fitted but just rattling it’ll pass. If it’s removed it’ll pass as long as it’s not a heat shield on a fuel tank.
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