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Cooper S Boot Brackets/fittings. (8 replies)

CooperKiwi
9 years ago
CooperKiwi 9 years ago
CooperKiwi
9 years ago
CooperKiwi 9 years ago

I recall a thread sometime ago about location/positioning of S bootboard fittings and tank Breather pipe clips? If anyone can direct me to that info or perhaps offer some dimensions for accurately locating these items I would be very grateful!
Cheers!

DaveShreeve
9 years ago
DaveShreeve 9 years ago

Breather info here: [URL]http://forum.minicooper.org/showthread.php?t=10715[/URL]

Seems to be quite a bit of boot board bracket info here: [URL]http://forum.minicooper.org/showthread.php?t=9160[/URL]

CooperKiwi
9 years ago
CooperKiwi 9 years ago

Hi Dave; Thanks for the directions..One of the links leads to this previous thread from the older forum; anyway of accessing it now?

[URL]http://mcr.mywowbb.com/view_topic.php?id=2158&forum_id=30[/URL]

DaveShreeve
9 years ago
DaveShreeve 9 years ago

Machine changed, thread identified. Link changed in the thread you were looking at but direct link is: [URL]http://forum.minicooper.org/showthread.php?t=9310[/URL]

CooperKiwi
9 years ago
CooperKiwi 9 years ago

Thankyou Dave.. 😉

DaveShreeve
9 years ago
DaveShreeve 9 years ago

I can, but not on the machine I'm currently using. It has been migrated here so I'll identify it and post a new link.

CooperKiwi
9 years ago
CooperKiwi 9 years ago

OK; Have got the Boot board bracket locations sorted but am still struggling a bit with the vent pipe clips. Would someone with a bit of spare time on their hands ba able to do me a huge favour and perhaps take a couple of measurements which would enable me to correctly position the top (under parcel shelf panel) mounted vent pipe retaining clip? I have photos to go off but they don't help position it perfectly!
Thanks in advance to anyone who could help out!
-Shane

colinandvenie
9 years ago
colinandvenie 9 years ago

Shane, mine were already there ( the holes I mean), havent you any holes at all????

Colin



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