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Old Aug 11th, 2019, 08:14   #11
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Yes I’ll pop out & get some 10mm, just to be safe
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So I fitted the sunglasses holder today. Slightly more faffing than I expected with trying to get the bolts back in but it’s done.

There’s actually 2 bolt holes on the rear fixing which could have caused an issue but I took the passenger handle off so that I could compare. I had the lyrics “the first cut is the deepest” going through my head as I was cutting the headlining!!!

But it’s done and looks good.
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If anyone is looking for the sunglasses holders, Ryebrook Trade Parts are selling the genuine Volvo items in black or blonde on eBay for £13.99.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Genuine-V...72.m2749.l2649

I think they may have sold out of black now, as no longer showing up on a search!

I'm still waiting for mine to arrive, but I took the grab handle off the passenger side today to make up a cutting template for the roof lining. The bolts securing that are M6x20mm, with form G M6 washers (6mm x 18mm).
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If anyone is looking for the sunglasses holders, Ryebrook Trade Parts are selling the genuine Volvo items in black or blonde on eBay for £13.99.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Genuine-V...72.m2749.l2649

I think they may have sold out of black now, as no longer showing up on a search!

I'm still waiting for mine to arrive, but I took the grab handle off the passenger side today to make up a cutting template for the roof lining. The bolts securing that are M6x20mm, with form G M6 washers (6mm x 18mm).
That’s a bit annoying as mine cost £43 something from Volvo Part Shop! They still have the charcoal available.
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That’s a bit annoying as mine cost £43 something from Volvo Part Shop! They still have the charcoal available.
Always try the dealer first , same with batteries and lots of other things ... even some ford places get their sensors from volvo .
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