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    Top tip: That blumming rattle has finally been stopped. Yay. Should have wedged that bit of cardboard there 4,000 miles ago lol. Very professional ✅

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    Looks proper professional that does! What spec cardboard did you use,hope it was "habitation grade"....
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    How refreshing to see a simple, effective, well-thought-out solution to a problem.

    Hardly noticeable, too....(!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerry Attrick View Post
    How refreshing to see a simple, effective, well-thought-out solution to a problem.

    Hardly noticeable, too
    ....(!)
    Well it is now he has posted a bloody pic on the internet.

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    I have the same issue with my door blinds, jammed a chammy sponge in place and it don't look out it place.
    " Age is something that does,nt matter,, unless you are a cheese."
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    Just bought a fiat scudo wheelchair accessible with drop down rear ramp. Ramp is a bit loose so as the rear doors shut onto the ramp they rattle a right big lot!
    Solution is a ratchet strap from the back doors to a point under the drivers seat. Dog it up nice & tight & no more rattles😃 Not inconvenient for me as I drive all the time. Dunno if anybody else has an issue with it but at least I can hear the radio now....🎶😝
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    And no one can break in through the rear! result.
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    Quote Originally Posted by guerdeval View Post
    And no one can break in through the rear! result.
    Strangely enough that's why I put the ratchet strap on originally. Rear lock barrel was siezed solid so I couldn't lock the back doors! Sorted now so unfortunately we're rattling again for now....

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    Love the high tech cardboard solution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by julesanian View Post
    Top tip: That blumming rattle has finally been stopped. Yay. Should have wedged that bit of cardboard there 4,000 miles ago lol. Very professional ✅

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    Dashboard of my taxi became rattly , there's a dark gray coloured version of bluetack available . Mine had to be gray as it was visible.
    Think I got it in B&Q.
    John

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