ADIKT

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About ADIKT

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  • Drives :
    09 3.0R BPE Outback NZ New
  • Location
    Auckland
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    Purchasing/Logistics and Warehouse Manager
  1. Hi everyone, Here's the next monthly details - Wednesday 12th December - 7.30pm onwards - Wendy's in Botany (see images below) - RAIN LOCATION: Across the road at Botany Xtreme bowling https://www.google.co.nz/maps/@-36.9294917,174.9099601,262m/data=!3m1!1e3?hl=en
  2. Bump
  3. You'll be amazed at how much weight is hiding in the doors
  4. Unfortunately I do...... It's the only 98 between my house and work
  5. 2.72 for 98 at my local in AKL (prob more now.... its been 2 days lol)
  6. If I had a nice front lip then I might care a little more lol
  7. I thought it was time for a change.... oh how wrong I was.... Lasted not even two days before changing back And because I'm a big fan of impracticality - I lowered the front a touch more Soz for the shitty phone pics
  8. I think this is what the yanks call a "donk"?
  9. I'm just off Rockfield road (close AF to ellerslie)
  10. Yep - the front part is clipped on to the gear surround (as I said - don't be too scared to give it a lil bit of force) I found it easier to drill by going from underneath rather than through the top If your in AKL I am happy to lend you a drill
  11. I have the aux port in the centre box just next to the cigarette lighter - it's actually really easy to pull apart (a screw on each side hidden by the front seats and one on the rear of it facing the rear seats iirc) - don't be scared... the plastic is quite strong
  12. I did this like 2 years ago and it worked mint - I even made a 'how to' on this forum but photobucket F***ed us all and now the pics are gone so it's not a lot of help anymore.... It does exactly that - when you plug the adapter in and before you re-install the unit just flick the key on and test it quickly You don't need to do anything else - just plug it in and the AUX button on your stereo will automatically work
  13. There is a prerequisite which needs to be met before you can list an item for sale on our forum - the prerequisite is a post count of 10 (your already 10% of the way there) Once you have a post count of 10 the classified section will open up and posts will become visible
  14. I tried two different ones from Ripco (one was 'Gear Up' brand and the other was Repco branded) Had them on the race car when it was on axle stands outside - Both were utter S*** for outdoor use - neither of them lasted through the weather at all If they were used inside then they both would of probably been fine....