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SLIMJIM

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    COROLLA GTI 4AGE
  1. Alright ant, sorry to hear bout that mate, i lost my key a couple of months ago so i feel your pain, just don't resort to singing like i had to, it wern't pretty! anyway sorry to tell you but without that key i think your stuffed mate. you could try the kenwood specialists that advertise on the web but think you'd be unsucsesfull! let us know how ya get on eh! try looking in the least obvious place, thats where mine was! slimjim. :!Removed!:
  2. Excellent mate, thanks very much for ya help, appriciated :)
  3. hello all. i've got a corolla gti 4age 92, i've just had it resprayed with alloys on order, only problem is, when you look at the rear of the vehicle all you can see is two pee-shooters staring at me. i was thinking of a dtm or a 5'' rear box. does anyone have a decent rear box to sell (please be kind with price, respray was expensive) ta very much.
  4. Not sure what else but friend fitted alloys from a nissan micra onto corolla with i think 3mm wheel spacers! hope this helps. B)
  5. YES MATE, I'M A TECHNITION FOR TOYOTA, JUST JOINED THE WEBSITE. WE ALWAYS HAVE TROUBLE WITH THE CALIPERS SEIZING UP ON MR2S AND COROLLAS, THE REAR ONES ESPECIALLY(FRONT ONES NOT SO OFTEN!) THE BEST THING TO DO IS TO REMOVE THE REAR CALIPER AND CLAMP INTO A VICE, WORK LOTS OF DUCK OIL OR WD40 INTO THE SLIDERS AS THIS IS WHAT SEIZES UP NOT LETTING THE CALIPER MOVE WHEN THE BRAKE PEDAL IS RELEASED. ALSO CHECK THE HANDBRAKE MECHANISM AS THIS IS PRONE TO SEIZING ALSO. HOPE IT GOES WELL! :)
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