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Old 03-06-2002, 15:14   #1 (permalink)
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Checker Plate mats and sills, trial run

Here are some pics of the practice go, sill cover done in stainless and floor mat in galvanised sheet. Will try a high gloss stainless for the sill this arvo and aluminium checker (chequer??) plate for the floor mat. All corners to be rounded at least 25mm diameter.
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Ummmm...why?
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You know, somebody actually complimented me on my driving today. They left a little note on the windscreen. It said, 'Parking Fine.'So that was nice.

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Looks good same, specially under heavy work conditions for a ute, those side panels look good mate, a closer pic would be great!

BTW, can you reduce image size i have edited your pictures and reloaded them as they are taking ages to load on modem
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"Ummmm...why?"

I'm not doing it for myself, Adviliax Mortus is curious how they would look, finished ones will be on tonight.


Sorry about the image size Laminge, will reduce them from now on. I've seen the sill covers done in carbon fibre so will have a go with a bright stainless steel and provide a clearer photo.
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Just a tip on taking a clearer pic, take it or leave it. Try and use natural light instead of the flash. :s4

The sill covers look great BTW
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THanks AusXH, I'll try anything at this stage, that might help with the battery usage too, damn thing uses 4 batteries every 20 photos!!
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You need the NiMH batteries mate, will last about 5 times that long and then you recharge instead of throw away.
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