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neilp

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Will it's nearly there!!

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Looking very nice.  You leaving the front half of the cage on for IVA?  I assume you are going to put it on the road.

Gotta love the comedy value of a big Sierra steering wheel.  [wink]
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Yes cage on for IVA as I'm hanging my mittors from it. I have nut covers on and trim so I'm hoping it will be okay.
Should hopefully have my IVA test next week!

Can't wait to get that steering wheel changed

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Passed my IVA with a cage on no problems, like you say just make sure nuts are covered and the edges where the brackets are . Just a couple of things that you might have done already , cycle wing edging, tie-rod nuts , top collars on shocks .
Looks a very tidy build , where did you get the wing mirror brackets from?
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Jason, edging fitted to cycle wings and track rods covered. I have not covered anything on the shocks other than nut covers.
I made the wing mirror brackets out of 1mm ali covered in carbon fibre look wrap with trim top and bottom and rubber between cage to stop them slipping down.

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Neil
Thought you might have bought the brackets, fancy fitting mine to the cage , might give that a go .
Cheers for the info. Someone suggested to me about covering the top shock collar with some rubber ,
don't know if it was necessary , but did it anyway just in case .
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Does the rear view mirror need to be adjustable for IVA?  Can't remember.
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Rear view mirror is adjustable, well up/down but thats all I need as it is 17" long
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I've got the 17" IMAX version too.  [thumb]
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