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Prilouky

Calandre Express Phase 3 sur Express Phase 1

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Bonjour à tous.

Es ce qu'il est possible de mettre la calandre d'une Renault Express Phase 3 sur une express Phase 1 de 1989?
Qu'es ce que je dois récupérer sur la Phase 3?
Bon je suppose les 2 phares,

la calandre en elle même,

la pare choc car les clignotant ne sont plus dans la calandre mais dans le pare choc.

Y a t'il d'autre truc? J'ai semble t'il remarqué que la barre ou ce fixe la calandre n'est pas la même. Faut il l'a récupérer aussi? Et comment la monter sur Ma Phase 1. Car sur la mienne il semblerait quelle ne ce démonte pas.

Bref sur le forum es-ce que certain l'on fait, je suis preneur de tous conseil.

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A confirmer, mais normalement la tôlerie est différente donc tu pourras pas mettre les phares.

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La face avant est à dépointe sur les 2 véhicules. Et tu remets la face avant de l express sur la super 5. Il faut qu'elle soit il me semble avancé de 1,5cm voir 2cm vers l avant par rapport à celle de la super 5. Voilà pas évident à faire si tu es novice

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Il y a 16 heures, gtiman72 a dit :

La face avant est à dépointe sur les 2 véhicules. Et tu remets la face avant de l express sur la super 5. Il faut qu'elle soit il me semble avancé de 1,5cm voir 2cm vers l avant par rapport à celle de la super 5. Voilà pas évident à faire si tu es novice

Merci du coup donne pas trop envie de me faire Ch**r.

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Je m en doute bien

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surtout que l'avant du premier est tellement plus beau!

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