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Old June 1st 2014, 15:13
kai4130 kai4130 is offline
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I didn't use so much of adhesive. But as both caps are concave in opposite directions there is a large void to gap hence why it appears there is a lot of gunk. There isn't any over spilling the edges of the caps. Besides, in almost 7 years of porsche wheels the caps only ever where removed to fit tyres. That was once lol

Had I of removed the wheel from the car the plastic bags wouldn't of been necessary, but as I was being lazy I used the plastic too prevent the porsche caps from falling beyond the shoulder of the cap edge. I've not pictured it but the porsche caps have been hugely trimmed to allow the vw cap to sit further back into the wheel. Before trimming the cap the vw badge sat about 3-4mm proud of the wheel face. The solution was to trim the edge of porsche badge allowing the vw badge to sit further in. Lesson to be learnt is that people shouldn't be lazy and remove their wheels
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