Sound proofing - future project

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Re: Sound proofing - future project

Post by Chris Skinner » 15 Jan 2013 14:12

Hey Heinrich - when you remove all those panels dont't you find that you break a few of the clips? Do you know of a place where to buy replacement clips and such things?

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Re: Sound proofing - future project

Post by Marino4x4 » 15 Jan 2013 14:48

In Bloem I know BASF sell these clips. We also have a company called Automotive Rubbers. They also sell these clips.

BASF Pretoria

Branch Manager: Chris Burger
chris.burger@basf.com

012 327 3147

072 119 3904

453 CHURCH STREET
PRETORIA
0183

Hope this helps
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Re: Sound proofing - future project

Post by Traveler » 15 Jan 2013 14:59

Chris, I was very careful, managed to only break one. :redface: Got a replacement at ProAuto Rubber in Boksburg.
http://www.proautorubber.co.za/
Previous time when I broke them on my Subaru I bought some at a panelbeater (MF Autobody).
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