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Is it me or is the carpet in the front too small?
Mine keeps coming out of the sil trim and its getting on my nerves :nono:
Is there a fix for this?
Not a new carpet be4 someone says that :lol:
 

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No more nails or grip fill works a treat

It is a known issue for our pre-facelift 307s

I wacked some adhesive behind the carpet then used a flat bladed screwdriver to push it back under the plastic trim so it was tight. No issues since.
 

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No more nails or grip fill works a treat

It is a known issue for our pre-facelift 307s

I wacked some adhesive behind the carpet then used a flat bladed screwdriver to push it back under the plastic trim so it was tight. No issues since.
Sounds good to me :thumb:
Thanks mate:thumb:
 
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Can't believe I didn't think of Velcro strips. Got loads at work so will give it a try this weekend. Thanks very much:thumb:
 

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I guess I should explain a little more if your going to adopt it.

What I done was:

1. Stitched the softer one of the velcro to the carpet (self explanatory)
2. Stitched the other velcro to a little plastic strip like you find in childrens toy packaging (you know the one, the little strips that those tie things go through)
3. Qbond (a plastic repair super glue kit) to stick the plastic strip to the car plastics.


Ill make a guide if anyone wants to, make it easier to follow.
 

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I guess I should explain a little more if your going to adopt it.

What I done was:

1. Stitched the softer one of the velcro to the carpet (self explanatory)
2. Stitched the other velcro to a little plastic strip like you find in childrens toy packaging (you know the one, the little strips that those tie things go through)
3. Qbond (a plastic repair super glue kit) to stick the plastic strip to the car plastics.


Ill make a guide if anyone wants to, make it easier to follow.
Good idea if you want to pimp up your car with a subwoofer etc. However if like me you just want to fix the carpet leaving the car in its factory state, glue the carpet down :) simples
 
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