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Author Subject: Removing Handbrake / gear lever / shroud
dhaw

Newbie

Location: Sydney

Registered: 16 Aug 2013

Posts: 3

Status: Offline

Post #1
I want to remove the interior shroud below the control fascia that houses the gear lever and the hand brake. Any links to videos avalaible to help me find the removal points? Thanx
Posted 26th Apr 2020 at 07:45
Joep

Regular

Location: Urmond (The Netherlands)

Registered: 19 Sep 2013

Posts: 296

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Post #2
If you twist the handbrake rubbery part, then you can wiggle it off.

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Posted 26th Apr 2020 at 09:01
dhaw

Newbie

Location: Sydney

Registered: 16 Aug 2013

Posts: 3

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Post #3
Joep wrote:
If you twist the handbrake rubbery part, then you can wiggle it off.

Cheeers!
Posted 26th Apr 2020 at 09:19
dhaw

Newbie

Location: Sydney

Registered: 16 Aug 2013

Posts: 3

Status: Offline

Post #4
dhaw wrote:
Joep wrote:
If you twist the handbrake rubbery part, then you can wiggle it off.

Cheeers!

Looking to remove all the plastic trim around the base of the brake/ gear lever. Anyone know how to remove it?
Posted 27th Apr 2020 at 22:44
alcon

Senior User

Location: Glasgow

Registered: 19 Jan 2005

Posts: 865

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Post #5
dhaw wrote:
dhaw wrote:
Joep wrote:
If you twist the handbrake rubbery part, then you can wiggle it off.

Cheeers!

Looking to remove all the plastic trim around the base of the brake/ gear lever. Anyone know how to remove it?


Posts 4, 5, 6 & 7 in this FAQ describe the process. It's fairly simple

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Posted 28th Apr 2020 at 11:56

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