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width question...will it fit up my back passage ?

Discussion in 'General Banter' started by swamper, Feb 2, 2012.

  1. swamper

    swamper Zorg Guru (V)
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    i knew you'd look :-^ .. :))

    now iv got your attention :))
    due to the garage being built in the back garden i need to know if i can get the M and the facelift up the side of the house without moving the fence..so...
    are the facelift and the wide body the same width?
    also is it the mirrors or the arches that are the widest point?

    ps if anyone wants to come and see my back passage you will have to wait till the wife goes out....shes funny about things like that [-(
     
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    Hmmmm - now how best can this question be answered? x_x

    - Why should we tell you how big ours are ?
    - Can't you measure your own ?
    - Suck it and see
    - Never mind the quality, feel the width


    Surely you didn't really expect a serious answer %-(
     
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    I knew you'd be first :))

    now stop being coy Titan....tell me how big yours is....im not bothered about length as that's not supposed matter...its all about the width.....and i think mines to big! :-^
     
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    taken from wikipedia so might be wrong, but has never failed me before. Doesnt say if thats the arches or the mirrors but i'd guess at the mirrors.
     
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    You've got to be joking :-l
    It's -5 degsC outside
    I can't even find mine :ymdaydream:


    But I can confirm the Owner's Manual says 1740mm for the facelift versions
    Unfortunately it doesn't have one of those helpful diagrams indicating where the reference points are....
     
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    hmmm so the M's wider by 10mm.....could make all the diffrence :p
    cheers peeps there only one way to find out....im going to have to shove it up and see :ymblushing:

    Titan im a little disappointed if im honest...i was hoping for at least a diagram [-(

    Dan..im inclined to agree untill you stand behind her.........and them hips dont half stick out :x
     
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    A picture is worth a thousand words.....

    [​IMG]
     
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    lmao....winner! =))
     
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    =)) =)) =))
    :ymalien:
     
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    due to the garage being built in the back garden i need to know if i can get the M and the facelift up the side of the house without moving the fence..

    Swamps just take out the front window,cut out the brickwork install french doors and park her in the front room,i`ll be round tomoz with my brick saw :D

    ps if anyone wants to come and see my back passage you will have to wait till the wife goes out....shes funny about things like that [-([/quote]

    Seen it :coolsteer)
    :ymalien:
     
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    This post reminds me of a council tennants claim form for work to be done ........Quote
    My front bush is overgrown and I have fungus growing in my back passage???? :-\
     

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