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Re: Chassis Brace Kit - vibration observations [Re: wiscos] #312188
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Ta - perhaps it's me... Or something happened during the mot...!! I doubt they'd done many before mine (and I expect that's where the mirror was broken).

Re: Chassis Brace Kit - vibration observations [Re: wiscos] #312195
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I have exactly the same feeling as yours regarding vibrations. But it's quite understandable. When something is more rigid, it transmits vibrations more easily.

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Re: Chassis Brace Kit - vibration observations [Re: wiscos] #312281
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I have been waiting 2 months for my dealer to get some stock of brackets, apparently there are 2 different varieties. All brackets do not fit all cars.

Nothing new there then.

Re: Chassis Brace Kit - vibration observations [Re: wiscos] #312993
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Thanks MTWV2 - glad to hear it's not just me!

I expect things will fall off even more quickly now due to the increased vibration, but sounds foolish to moan about another one step forward two steps back improvement!

Fingers crossed there's plenty of Loctite on the beastie!!

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