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Unread 13th September 2018, 08:32 PM
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I think that's where I got my gussets from.
Now if only I could get my bloody mirrors off the old ones.
Anybody got any tips? the screws are like they're welded in.

If you're talking phillips head a little valve grinding compound on the end of the screwdriver helps a lot. Impact screwdrivers work great for that too.
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If you're talking phillips head a little valve grinding compound on the end of the screwdriver helps a lot. Impact screwdrivers work great for that too.
Thanks for the suggestion re valve grinding compound. We've had a rattle gun on them, haven't budged yet. I'm giving them a daily spray of WD40 in the hope that might get in a bit and loosen them.
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