DavidLG453 September 2020 at 07:57 #53185
The tool bag in the spare wheel cover is missing on my car.
Any photos so one can be made would be appreciated.
Davidh143 September 2020 at 09:55 #53186
You should have a rexine covered board with pockets for tools bolted to the “spare wheel” cover via the hinge plate studs. Do you have that? I can supply photos of those from V12s. I assume that was for smaller tools, and a roll was supplied for larger tools. I have one that came with V12 tools in it, but have no way of knowing if it is a factory supplied item. Hopefully someone else has a known genuine one, then perhaps I’ll know either way.
LaurenceDavidLG454 September 2020 at 13:12 #53187
No, the rexine covered board is completely missing. Not even remnants.
DavidDavid Bracey4 September 2020 at 20:44 #53188
I can share photos of this from my LG45 tomorrow. No problem.DavidLG455 September 2020 at 07:28 #53189
Thanks David.David Bracey5 September 2020 at 20:08 #53190
Not the best photos but I hope they help.DavidLG456 September 2020 at 12:44 #53191
Thanks David16 September 2020 at 13:55 #53193
I have an original factory tool roll for pattern including the ply
backing. Which you can see from Davids photos fits in the nearside
More than willing to loan this to you if you get in touch
Mark (Y2 in the club register)h1417 September 2020 at 09:51 #53194
It would be really helpful if someone has photos of which tools fitted where, in these panels. My V12’s panel has 9 pockets, with 6 subsidiary pockets attached to those. The list of tools in the handbook includes 25 tools that potentially could fit … but note that one of the “tools” is “Leather Bag for Large Tools”, which doubtless housed perhaps 10 of those plus others. Maybe some of the pockets held more than one item. The two tappet adjusting spanners for example. Also the “Tyre Valve Key” … actually a pin-drive device for undoing the valve attachment to Ace wheel discs … one of those fell out of my spare panel when I removed it from the wheel cover.
LaurenceDavidLG4526 September 2020 at 16:51 #53198
That would be perfect to borrow the real thing.
(Only just seen this).
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