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    stop plate

    Hello all.

    out of interest which way have you installed the stop plate on the gear lever?

    There's a ski jump raised side & a smaller raised squared off bit on the other. Which side faces the drivers seat?

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    Mostin
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    Check out the vid link I posted in Islandman's thread here:

    http://www.euro-nova.co.uk/vb/showth...registered-one
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    Thanks.

    I was looking around the net at Islandman's problem & in true internet style I found a couple of people quoting the plate should be installed the other way around.

    It sort of put some doubt in my mind. "Have I put mine in the wrong way round"??

    The answer is no.

    I know. I should know better........Its the net after all.

    Cheers.
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