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Hi i bought a style bar the other day off a forum member, but i have realised i dont have any tools to do the job lol, does anybody near nantwich have tools i can come round to borrow and quickly fit
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Can`t you chat a neighbour up? Most style bars only require a spanner for the seatbelt bolts & maybe a screwdriver.

What bars are they? Do you have a piccy?
 

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Can`t you chat a neighbour up? Most style bars only require a spanner for the seatbelt bolts & maybe a screwdriver.

What bars are they? Do you have a piccy?
Hi well ive lived here for 6 months and not one of the neighbours has engaged in a conversation yet lol, they are the mx5 parts bars i thin or these on ebay http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Mazda-MX5-Roll-bars_W0QQitemZ200461703859QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM?hash=item2eac72dab3 they are exactly the same
 

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Can`t you chat a neighbour up? Most style bars only require a spanner for the seatbelt bolts & maybe a screwdriver.

What bars are they? Do you have a piccy?
Save time, I sold the bar to Craig and I have already taken pics.

Here you go







Some identifying mark/serial number on 1 of the side blades

 

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So just a screwdriver then? Or did you bolt it through the rear shelf too?
I need a socket to take the original brace bar off also, yes i will bolt it to the rear shelf, i have tools at my parents house but that is 30 miles away and i plan to go to trafford centre today for the drift show so thats the opposite direction lol

i pulled a sickie so i can do so hahah
 
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