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Stuart Aspey

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Stuart Aspey last won the day on May 29 2013

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About Stuart Aspey

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  • Birthday 06/07/1981

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    IS300H
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    Caerphilly
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  1. Good morning everybody. Has anyone else found that the straps and holdings in the boot have broken? IS300h

  2. Wheel Spacers - IS300h

    I am considering this too, as the wheels, for me, are not close enough to look flush with the lines of the car. Yes. They are a SAXO owners wet dream and I completely agree with most of the comments that these cars should be left alone. I also wish to lower the car by 10mm , again, as I think the ride height is a touch too high. Get your car on a flat piece of ground, level too. Get a piece of string or a plumb bob and hold the string from the inner lip of the wheel arch (To ensure you don't risk rubbing the arch when you bring the wheel out) then measure the distance from the string to the wheel (maybe 10mm.) This is the size spacer you need to get. Check the different types, you may need a hubcentric spacer with it's own threads. Check the thread measurement, I believe they are M.12 x 1.5. Check the extending thread currently on the hub assembly doesn't foul the wheel and stop the spacers from connecting with the wheel correctly. All going well, fit the wheel and enjoy a slightly wider track that will have a minimal improvement on the handling as you will be 2cm wider now, watch out for curbs and contact your insurance provider. There will be a change. not much, but best to notify them encase something happens, related or unrelated, they will find a way to get out of paying if they can.
  3. How to remove the rear seats

    Only on the Drivers side, though?
  4. How to remove the rear seats

    At least I know how easy it is to take out, I'll vacuum over the week. Off to Donington on Saturday, so that £1.10 will come in handy for extra petrol money. 😂
  5. How to remove the rear seats

    Completed and WOOHOO me. £1.10. That was much easier than I thought.
  6. How to remove the rear seats

    Lol. Just about to try it now.
  7. Hi all. I dropped a £1 down by the seat belt buckle and can't get it back out. How do you remove the rear seat?
  8. Replacing rear light bulbs

    Darn it! You're right. . . . Thank you for telling me. I'll now try and return these bulbs.
  9. Replacing rear light bulbs

    What!?! There's only 1 reversing light?
  10. Replacing rear light bulbs

    Cheers guys. A pair of bosch 955's are ready to go in. Will tackle this over the weekend.
  11. Good morning all. How easy (what do I need to do) is it to removed the boot liner to access the lights to replace a bulb? I have a reverse bulb out 🙁
  12. IS300H Looking Good

    Yeah, the Welshouse roads aren't good. Lol. Im only 13 miles from my area of work and also do town driving for work, so I accept that my MPG is lower. I was quoted £408 to refurbishment 4 wheels, by Lexus Cardiff. To give you an idea
  13. IS300H Looking Good

    Totally. I need to remember and drive more cautiously.
  14. Good afternoon all. Is anyone attending JapFest at Donington in July? I'm going with another club and would like to meet some of you if you're going. Stuart
  15. Real World MPG Figures

    Very well written @matt8 Time to stop worrying and start enjoying the car