Best mod & worst mod...?

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Re: Best mod & worst mod...?

Post by Papa Bear » Tue Sep 08, 2020 8:51 pm

Same as j13ayt, getting rid of the cream trims and headlining. Took time on a maxi life but worth it.
Worst, drl bulbs, replaced 3 times now. Shonky ebay seller. Sent them back and they are supposedly testing them but now they can’t find them.
I know it’s a small thing but every penny counts to us.
Ok rant over
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Re: Best mod & worst mod...?

Post by C Chis » Tue Sep 08, 2020 9:08 pm

Best mod - air con by far, of course it needed a new dash, carpets, etc to go with it

Worst mod (so far) - lowering my van myself end of day 2, 2 drop links cut out, 1 snapped bolt on the sub frame, 3 top suspension bolts cut out and day 3 tomorrow keep telling myself it’ll all be worth it in the end

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Re: Best mod & worst mod...?

Post by Craig Cheatham » Tue Sep 08, 2020 10:26 pm

DeanWhit, I second that rear seat conversation by far the best mod done to my van.

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Re: Best mod & worst mod...?

Post by ViralEye » Tue Sep 15, 2020 5:53 am

DeanWhit wrote:Worst Mod - I bought one of those aero wipers off ebay. In fact I bought 2 and both snapped. Absolute crap.

Best Mod - getting the seat conversion done, by a country mile. Being able to use the van with the family is great.
Hey Dean! Did you do this yourself or did you pay someone to have it done? It's on my list of things to do next

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