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    Default Removing Bonnet Scoop

    Can anyone tell me what's the best tool to use to reach and remove the 6 fasteners on the scoop to be able to remove it without damaging any paintwork?
    David

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    I think it's just a pull job but William will be along shortly ... I knows he's done it


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    Quote Originally Posted by EcosseGP View Post
    I think it's just a pull job but William will be along shortly ... I knows he's done it
    Innuendo Bingo here we come!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EcosseGP View Post
    I think it's just a pull job but William will be along shortly ... I knows he's done it


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ali_works View Post
    Innuendo Bingo here we come!
    The cars in front are New MINI Scotland



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    With the F56 your best to push the scoop out from underneath after you've removed the screw
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ali_works View Post
    Innuendo Bingo here we come!
    Quote Originally Posted by MINI William View Post
    With the F56 your best to push the scoop out from underneath after you've removed the screw
    Push after the screw...maybe that's where I've gone wrong!

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    Well it's fitted and looks great. Pictures tomorrow after a wash before going to meet the Germans.
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