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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 22-05-2010, 21:43 Thread Starter
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Chris Cox new front end

I have just had a Chris Cox 'Frame' fitted and it is now without the 'front' bar instead uses two screw in eyes which can be taken off when not in use - a much tidier affair - I am thus far impressed.
If anyone is intersted the new Ford KA has a kerbside weight of 865kg - much lighter than the original KA. It's a pity about the Fiat 500/Panda under pinnings.
My stainless steel bar is for sale

Has anyone managed to tap into the canbus of the 500/panda for lights?

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Does anyone want pictures?

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Does anyone want pictures?
Yes please, particularly of the front of the car with the screw in eyes that can be taken off when not in use.

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Jev - pictures as requested hopr it helps
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Re: Pictures

Thanks for the pictures, it looks quite neat with the eyes removed.

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Hi Thanks for that, looks a neat job we're going there in 10 days to have our Yaris done
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Just a matter of interest - I had a discusion with Chris with regard to a fog light - he said it was not needed but on doing some research and trailer over 1.3m wide should have at least one fog light preferrably two - I have since fitted one. My KA uses a canbus system and can be a can of worms feeding power in from the motorhome so he installed a light board - apart from the fog light I am very pleased with the setup

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