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Old 31st December 2011, 08:26 PM
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What a nightmare, did anybody have a problem with the book dimensions, i.e. 10mm short. I double checked all dimensions around it and all were ok but with book dimension for TT11 was too short

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For me TT11 fitted perfectly with its 372mm. What do you mean by too short ? TT11 has to be shorter than TT9, as the driver foot well is wider than the passenger one (type9 gear box), and TT9 and TT11 are not handed. The angle between TT1 and TT7 is smaller (about 8) than the angle between TT9 and the other TT7 (about 14), so for me, TT11, TT11 has the right dimension in the book.
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Old 1st January 2012, 05:26 PM
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I maybe out slightly somewhere but it fits now and comes in the right possition with the centre line dimension. I will also have to keep this in mind when it comes to making the trans tunnel covers and not just go off the book dimensions, just physically double check the actual dimensions against the book

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