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Old July 24th, 2009, 08:03 AM
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Stephen, what if i need only the seat box part ?
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Old August 3rd, 2009, 12:10 PM
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Wow, glad to see a dealer for these. After the dollar went to crap again, buying direct got too expensive.

Definite;y on my "want" list,
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Old August 3rd, 2009, 01:13 PM
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This is great for the front floor and seat box, but what about the rear floor/seat box on a 110? I would want to cover the entire inside, not just the front.

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Old August 3rd, 2009, 01:36 PM
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No molded system for that area. Wright just sells a 4'x8'x6mm ployurethane "checker plate" sheet that you cut to fit. I'm sure Stephen could get it for you.

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Old August 3rd, 2009, 03:42 PM
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just ordered my 5 piece set today from wright off road 258 delivered in black.
black is a special request option.

I been wanting one for my 300 for a while, have to shoot a couple of coats of clear over seatbox and fit the floor now i suppose.

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Old August 4th, 2009, 08:23 AM
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I think black would be nicer if they'll do it, but what would be really great is a complete set - so a matching rear load mat. Stephen, do you think there is a big enough market to try get them to make a rear load mat as well? The moulds should be stupid simple right. I'm guessing these are a bitch to ship though.
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Old August 5th, 2009, 05:26 PM
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I've had a nice surprise from wright offroad when i got home from work, considering I ordered it monday Oh and it was 285 almost 100 cheaper than other suppliers all in ..dyslexia struck in my last post.

looks great and boy is it heavy.!
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Old August 5th, 2009, 05:31 PM
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Is that the black?
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Yes its black it was abnormally sunny for a welsh summer when i took the pictures earlier.

it also still has the mould release oil on it, I'll clean it on the weekend.
the black matches the rubber gearlever gaiter as an example.

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Wow that looks good!
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Here's the grey in a truck cab:
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On the seat box did you cut around the brake lever or just drill a hole through it?

Is the seat box cover held on with anything? Flaps for the seat box holes?
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Old August 5th, 2009, 06:43 PM
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Here's the grey in a truck cab:
Mmh is that honey?

You know I kind of like the look of the grey, but prefer the black!
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On the seat box did you cut around the brake lever or just drill a hole through it?

Is the seat box cover held on with anything? Flaps for the seat box holes?
On the back side of the seat box cover, there's a thin section for the E-brake handle. Just cut out the thin area and you're done. The seat bolts hold everything in place. Seat box storage flaps just lay on top. They don't move.

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Mmh is that honey?

You know I kind of like the look of the grey, but prefer the black!
Indeed it is. I keep bees as well as Rovers. I had few jars to deliver in the bee truck. The grey isn't bad since I've got grey denim twill seats as well.
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Is the ebrake only for right hand drives?

I wonder how annoying it owuld be to cut a hole for the battery cut off
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Is the ebrake only for right hand drives?

I wonder how annoying it owuld be to cut a hole for the battery cut off
If I remember correctly, there's a thin area on the right and left sides. Cutting it's not too bad. Just have a carpet knife with a fresh blade in it. ...and don't cut yourself like I did. But what's a Rover without a little blood on it?
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Yes its black it was abnormally sunny for a welsh summer when i took the pictures earlier.

it also still has the mould release oil on it, I'll clean it on the weekend.
the black matches the rubber gearlever gaiter as an example.

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But if you need to hose out the D90, will water get underneath the rubber with this setup?
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