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    Self-destructive behaviour

    Coming home from the weekly shopping outing, cruising on the motorway around the 70 mph mark . Suddenly the engine undertray decides to let go from it's front mountings, bang ! [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/shocked.gif[/img] It is totally destroyed and has taken part of the front wheel arch liner with it in the process.
    Also snapped one of these rubber tubes that stretches across the road for a traffic counting box , on the way back home to remove the remainder of the tray. The front mounting holes are stripped, so I'll just be replacing the liner, looks like an easy enough job. Worth checking these things periodically for secureness, just in case.

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    Re: Self-destructive behaviour

    lol, mine came of on the way to an audi show in s.ireland, while sitting at 110mph :P

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    Re: Self-destructive behaviour

    They look better without undertrays....

 

 

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