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And I think AE's vents are superior, but realize that beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
That being said, I don't want to hijack this thread because
A) I'm an honorable guy
B) I have an adapter on back order and don't want to unsettle hcsharp
PS-This is not another prize driven question
hcsharp, Nice job on the adaptor.
One little nit-pick issue. It takes a bit of force to remove the adaptor from the roadster.
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given that the receptacle connector on the car appears to be machined (non-magnetic) stainless, i can imagine some galling could occur with the relatively similar materials/hardness.
i have my adapter apart at the moment so maybe i should replace those pins with brass and see if it makes a difference.
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