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MG ZR ZS ZT Technical - ZR grill removal?
|Having designed a nut and bolt fixing MG Car Club badge for the FWD register I am keen to sell this regalia item to not only FWD cars but also to rubber bumper MG's, RV8's and the new MGZ saloons.|
Can anyone tell me if the ZR grill is easily removed? I looked under the bonnet of one in the local show room and it appeared only to be held in place at the top corners by two plastic screws - is this the case?
I've sold a grill badge to a ZR owner who's dealer says the whole front bumper has to be removed to get behind the grill - surely not!
FWD register - chairman & reglia
PS. The grill badge fits the ZS without any problems. Still not tested it on a ZT - is the ZT grill accessible from the rear?
|>The grill badge fits the ZS without any problems. |
I found the bolts too long, or rather longer than they need be!! I'm sure once the Z register is up and running we will sell our own grille badge, seem silly to buy regalia frm anoter register!!!!
|Not necessarily Kelvin, currently buyers across all Registers get the benefit of the size of order Martin has arranged. It may be some time before there are sufficient Z types who want an MGCC badge to get the numbers up to an economic level. Joint funding and purchasing of the next batch might be a better option...|
I've had the second batch of grill badges made with shorter bolts so Z car owners don't have to cut the bolts down. These are available right now......from the FWD register. Odd that the MGB & midget registers never made a small badge for the rubber bumper models or the RV8. So when the new Z saloons came along I thought now was the right time to have a small nut and bolt version made.
The longer bolt versions are designed to fit the MG Maestro grill.
This thread was discussed between 18/06/2002 and 19/06/2002
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