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In the boot of the car I looked at there are 2 straps.

Near the lights.

Left and Right.
What was in them originally.

I tried looking online....

pls help.

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QUOTE(Paulted @ 10 Jan 2010, 02:06 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I know one of then is for the emergency tyre inflate kit but not sure about the other one
That's 1 down.I have a spare one of those, so that's OK! :)Thank you.I need to get those then!
 

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You should have a continental pack - Black Wallet style thing - with a canister of 'gunk' and an electronic Tyre inflater. It should also contain your Front Towing Eye hook.
 

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QUOTE(Marc @ 10 Jan 2010, 02:18 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>You should have a continental pack - Black Wallet style thing - with a canister of 'gunk' and an electronic Tyre inflater. It should also contain your Front Towing Eye hook.

Can I get these from a Ford Dealer still?
 

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QUOTE(LotusMax @ 10 Jan 2010, 02:19 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Can I get these from a Ford Dealer still?
If you got the car new, maybe but in my opinion you're better off with a Slime kit like this

http://www.potn.co.uk/p2708000.htm

The gunge in the Conti kit renders the tyre irrepairable after you use it so even if it seals the tyre you're looking at a new one afterwards. The slime is water soluble and can cleaned off if the puncture is ok to fix.

Available online or from most decent car accessory shops
 

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QUOTE(troy45 @ 10 Jan 2010, 03:20 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>If you got the car new, maybe but in my opinion you're better off with a Slime kit like this

http://www.potn.co.uk/p2708000.htm

The gunge in the Conti kit renders the tyre irrepairable after you use it so even if it seals the tyre you're looking at a new one afterwards. The slime is water soluble and can cleaned off if the puncture is ok to fix.

Available online or from most decent car accessory shops

Cheers Troy
 

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Very early
s would have come with 2 extra straps under the right hand parcel shelf support for fixing the warning triangle. In order to costs the later models didn't come with the straps.

I've got the Conti Kit, First Aid Kit, Warning Triangle, Luggage Net and Load Liner in my boot.
 

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QUOTE(tompeters @ 10 Jan 2010, 09:24 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Very early
s would have come with 2 extra straps under the right hand parcel shelf support for fixing the warning triangle. In order to costs the later models didn't come with the straps.I've got the Conti Kit, First Aid Kit, Warning Triangle, Luggage Net and Load Liner in my boot.This is an early 07, but it's an 07 spec. It was left and right elastic bands. Didn't see a net.QUOTE(LotusMax @ 10 Jan 2010, 09:38 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>This is an early 07, but it's an 07 spec. It was left and right elastic bands. Didn't see a net.I have a feeling the tow hook is missing though.
 

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my boot floor is raised because ive got a spare wheel in there along with some foam type storage sections around the wheel with a board type carpet over the top, has anyone else got this? ive bought a load liner from ford but it doesn't fit because the floor is raised up, has anyone else got this or heard of the st's having this?
 

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it was a free option when new to have EITHER the spare wheel with raised floor OR inflator kit without a spare wheel. hence a lowered floor.

i thought the left hand strap was to hold the wallet that contains the handbook and service book, its where mine are, with the inflator kit on the right.
 
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