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Before with the bumperholes:


And one without the bumperholes:


its just a quick example but it looks all right i think.
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wow looks great! pluss you have lowered it! now that looks cool!

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Ha Ha, I love it, if only every job was a quick photo shop to get things fixed.
I actually quite like the bumperless look, might be an idea for yours Paul, a bit of glass fibre over the top and a bit of spray of paint, and the possibility of being able to convert it back to original chrome bumpers if and when you wanted to.

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Wed 15 Sep 2010 @ 10:46 Edit this messageQuote this messagePMQuote this message
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I like the bumperless front as well might take mine of
im with Spence if only everything was as easy as a 5 minute Photoshop

Lowering always looks great but that's just my opinion, im already thinking of ways to lower mine but im moving into a new house in 3 weeks and i still have a VW bug to finish first.

New motto for today: Drop vans not bombs
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Is it possible to drop my van like this?

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I really don't know yet, im still in the thinking part off how to lower a Bedford van.
But in This Thread is a good clue on how to lower your van.

you can go very low with a car and you can do a lot with airride.
i have had a VW bug that i used on a daily basis and the ground clearance was halve an inch
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Well we have speed bumps and loads of hills over here! My alfa romeo and VW scirocco used to scrape the floor!

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PS, can anyone help, my drivers window wont go up and close!! and its very wet!!

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Paulycf wrote:
Well we have speed bumps and loads of hills over here! My alfa romeo and VW scirocco used to scrape the floor!


We have speedbumps here as well and if it doesn't scrape its not low enough

As far as the window problem you could call around the Parts suppliers list

Always a lifsaver is Duct Tape if one roll doesn't work use another one.;D

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Think Phil bradshaws sorting me out with one Getting wet, and its quite bad as theives now have easy access..

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Paulycf wrote:
PS, can anyone help, my drivers window wont go up and close!! and its very wet!!

If you remove the door furniture & then the door card you can get access to the mechanism.If you can't solve the problem immediately,shove a lump of wood in to hold it up till you can fix it.See pic'.

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Phil Bradshaw popped over this afternoon and fittind a new one, works great now, and what a nice bloke! Reaaly enjoyed meeting him! and Im looking forward to meeting you lot at Blackpool!

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hi your right phils a great guy and has got my van onthe road ready for my first blackpool;]

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Im ready if you are! you going down on friday?

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