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Old Jan 29th, 2020, 22:16   #1
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Removed from a 1995 940 non A/C automatic, it looks to be fairly new and in good condition.


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Removed from a 1995 940 non A/C automatic, it looks to be fairly new and in good condition.


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Can you measure it for me please Luke? I'm going to need a replacement soon but mine looks bigger than that!
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Can you measure it for me please Luke? I'm going to need a replacement soon but mine looks bigger than that!
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Mine is wider and deeper from the look of things Mark, something to do with the engine sat behind it methinks!
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I'll get the tape measure out and let you know in a bit Dave
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Sorry it took so long Dave

End cap to end cap it is 55cm wide
Height is 43cm
Depth is 6cm
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End cap to end cap it is 55cm wide
Height is 43cm
Depth is 6cm
Thanks Luke, when the wind drops a bit i'll go and measure mine. Just to be certain, when you say end cap to end cap, do you mean from the outside edges of the end caps or the inside/core width?
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Thanks Luke, when the wind drops a bit i'll go and measure mine. Just to be certain, when you say end cap to end cap, do you mean from the outside edges of the end caps or the inside/core width?
From the outside edges
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Thanks Luke, still blowing a hoolie round here although it's easing at last. Had a power cut most of the afternoon and rain like some giant/alien was using a mahoosive pressure washer in the sky!

Haven't been outside except to check a couple of bits in the garden then straight back in, even the hound didn't want walkies in this lot!

Hopefully tomorrow i'll be able to check the measurements on mine.
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Could have been worse Dave, I was on the drive and heard a big crashing noise and looked up to see the house across the street losing about 10 roof tiles!
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