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    Default How to fit metal tax disc holder?

    How do I go about attaching one of these to the window?

    tips please people



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    Go to halfords they sell a spares kit to fix it with £5-6

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    once you have the clear sticky pads make sure the window is clean with window cleaner and now window polish dry with a non-fiberous cloth and stick and hold into place for about 1min and hey presto ....i just did mine a black and silver rich brook one! looks spot on!

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    Try not to drive the car after, so it has time to settle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by larrygroke View Post
    once you have the clear sticky pads make sure the window is clean with window cleaner and now window polish dry with a non-fiberous cloth and stick and hold into place for about 1min and hey presto ....i just did mine a black and silver rich brook one! looks spot on!
    Hello Ive had same Richbrook T.D.H. for over a month now!!! I shall fit it some day lol,still got Insignia wash jets to fit and wind deflectors should be here any day now so shud pull the modding finger out

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    Forgot to say,do you put sticky pads over the hex bolts or each to your own? cheers!

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    You can put the sticky pads where ever just spread them out evenly, one suggestion from me is, when you attach it to the windscreen, dont put it too low down or too close p the corner, when you come to change your tax disk you will need to rip it off and buy more bads, so leave yourself enough toom to get an allen key in there to change the disk,

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    i bought pads and mine still fell off as it was when we actually had a summer ...in the end i got some glass supaglue ..and that worked finally.

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