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Alloy spare wheel Cover #602755
08/11/19 03:29 PM
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Alloy spare wheel Cover

Alloy spare wheel Cover
Re: Alloy spare wheel Cover [Re: griffo] #602798
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I'm guessing this is the version that Steve Barnes makes? Any chance of a photograph showing the brackets it is mounted on?

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Re: Alloy spare wheel Cover [Re: griffo] #602854
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Hi Paul. Photo does not show much but all I've done is bend two 3-4mm ally strips, about 4 cms wide, into U shapes. The bottom half of the U screws onto the wooden batten on which the spare wheel bracket usually mounts and the top half of each U has a stainless M8
rivnut which the panel just fixes to with stainless M8 allen bolts. A certain amount of experimentation/bending is required to get the rivnuts to just the right level. Hope this helps.

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