Another thing to note would be that the pad I used got pretty clogged (more apparent when I cleaned it in the sink) with spent product and crud from the light. If I had more to do (ie. if I was working on a panel on a car) then the pad would need to be cleaned properly or replaced with a new one
Honestly, I was pretty pleased with the outcome too. Didn't think that it would come up like this without wet sanding, so quite educational for me. They still need some work to be perfect as the edges need more attention, but the real importance is that you can get great results (safely) with...
Merry Christmas all,
Any of you bunch come across a decent rubber boot liner for our beloved A7's? Found a website (travall.co.uk) that does the floor mats but can't for whatever reason get a boot liner
Hoping you gents may have found something I've missed
To clarify, it's not that I'm after any more money.. I feel that it may not have even got to Dunlop as it seems the supplier of the retailer has authorised it. My worry is that more could go unnoticed and cause potentially fatal accidents. I guess that's why I started this thread in the first...
So last week I managed to get to email and speak to a very helpful guy at Dunlop UK, who I gave my reg to so he could see if there was any update on the tyres. Nothing on their system.
He said I should be able to get a claim number from the supplier which would track the case. A week I waited...
Update: The pandemic (and life) had put returning these on hold, but just booked a courier to collect them Tuesday to send back to the supplier. Didnt realise that some couriers have tyres on their prohibited item lists, but used interparcel in the end and booked with Tuffnels. Watch this space..
If you have the 21's, I would invest in something else. The Michelins I have just put on are every penny worth the extra cost. Not spending extra on the brand here, but more an all round better tyre (as lots of testing shows). Definitely worth the extra £30/40 per corner