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Tony-94

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About Tony-94

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    Redlining
  • Birthday 13/06/1973

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    Male
  • Location
    Lancashire
  • Interests
    Gen 6
  • Model
    Gen 6 2.0 GT

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  1. if it's any use I found this site which gives part numbers, diagrams and prices https://toyota-europe.epc-data.com/
  2. Happy 13 Anniversary Tony-94!

  3. Happy 12 Anniversary Tony-94!

  4. I've just replaced the APEC shoes that were on mine for Toyota ones. The APEC ones never felt right - they would make a loud clunk if operated when the car was in motion, were generally weak and prone to having the hold down pins slip out of place if moving off/reversing with the handbrake on. Comparing them to the £60 genuine Toyota ones, I couldn't see a huge difference in the dimensions of the metal part, but the friction material was definitely different, thicker yet slightly less wide.
  5. Happy Anniversary Tony-94!

  6. Happy Birthday Tony-94!

  7. Happy Anniversary Tony-94!

  8. I think the OP was on about the bumper indicators as the gen 5 ones look very similar to the pre-facelift gen 6 ones and with there being clear/crystal versions readily available thought they may be interchangeable.But they aren't
  9. You can get sealant remover from B&Q and the like for this very problem.
  10. They do look the same. Tried them before I went facelift, need a little modding to fit but they are a bit smaller, leaving a gap all round, looked a bit crap tbh. I'd save up for the clear lenses or go facelift
  11. Just a few years ago was managing on abour £20 a time which would last a week,(I live about 5 mins from work) now getting close to £30. The way I figure, unless you're planning a long trip, why carry the unnecessary weight of a full tank around - every little helps or something..
  12. Just seen this thread Good to see you're getting sorted with an alarm/immobiliser.. A decent system will stop your car from being nicked but I would back it up with something like a Disklok which should be enough of a deterent to stop anyone even thinking of trying to break in, in the first place.
  13. Saw a bunny in the road a few weeks back, been hit by something and appeared a goner. It was attracting other rabbits and obviously creating a bit of a hazard so (being the conscientious person I am) went to move it out of the road. Only it was still alive with no obvious injury though not able to move at all well. Being an animal lover I couldn't just leave it like that so took it home to look after it until I could arrange to see a vet . The vet said he had been very lucky and just had a concussion and advised I give him food and water and a few days to see if he recovers.. which he did!
  14. Agreed.. this country seems more 'densely' populated than others if you know what I mean
  15. Not sure the benefits of saving time and a few £ would be worth it. Theres some numpty drivers out there that will get confused or go through without looking - makes it best to stick to the no brainer system in place already.
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