Join Date: Oct 2005
Location: United Kingdom
County: Greater Manchester
Re: Trashed undertray
had a good look underneath it this morning and there's enough of it left to cover all the dangly tubes/hoses etc that live down there, so i'll leave it off i think until i'm feeling a bit less credit-crunched, at which time i'll get an aluminium one.
the first tray broke just at one of the fixing points so mango's put a whole new one in under warranty. this last one i managed to do at my mate's house on saturday night in the pitch dark - his house is brand new and the front garden/drive is still a mish-mash of mud/gravel/grass/rubble. i didn't see the remains of an old tree stump and the undertray got itself stuck on it and wrecked it whilst reversing off. tree stump was only about 3 inches proud of the ground, just shows how low those trays hang