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Christmas Opening 2018 : Chris Knott
Hi all, I just wanted to thank those members who asked us to quote during the last year and those who went on cover.
Our regular opening hours are Mon-Fri 9am to 5pm and Saturday 9am to 12noon but during Christmas week we'll be operating different hours as follows:
Monday 24 December: OPEN 09:00-12:30
Christmas Day: CLOSED
Boxing Day: CLOSED
Thursday 27 December: CLOSED
Friday 28 December: OPEN 09:00-17:00
Saturday 29 December: CLOSED
Monday 31 December: OPEN 09:00-12:30
New Year's Day: CLOSED
Wednesday 2 January: BACK TO NORMAL
We hope you'll understand that we want to balance customer needs with our desire that staff are able to spend some quality time with their loved ones.
QUOTELINE: 0800 917 2274
RENEW ONLINE at any time
You can pay for the straight renewal of an existing policy online by credit/debit card at https://www.chrisknott.co.uk - simply click ‘Renew Online’.
If you need to make a motor claim (not windscreen), please call our claims line on 0345 618 8316. For all other claims, please refer to your insurer’s documentation for the appropriate number to call.
May I take this opportunity to wish all members of this club/forum a peaceful Christmas and a Happy New Year.
For existing clients - thank you again for your custom, we genuinely appreciate it.
For anyone else - we hope you'll give us the opportunity to quote for your car insurance under our special 'clubs and enthusiasts' facility during 2019. In 2018 members have saved 22% on average by switching to Chris Knott (see our other forum posts).
Nick and the Chris Knott team
Im fitting some coilovers to my mk2f and they came with pretty much brand new top mount bearings on the front but nothing on the rear, I'm wondering if something like mk2 golf rear top mounts will fit? They are alot cheaper and easier to find then polo ones.
Hi I've just brought a 6n2 it's my first German car so I'm a newbie to them, just wondering if I need to do any work to it before lowering or can I just drop it on it's arse with no problems? Tia
Had my new AP coilovers fitted last night, so naturally I went to take it for a cheeky drive straight away, I put the car into gear, and went to find the biting point and there was a massive (and very loud) grinding/painful noise coming from the front of the car, the noise is happening as I approach biting point, in every gear including reverse, but it screeches for 5th + 6th. The car starts, idles, and revs normally, the clutch appears to be working as it should, and the gears go in perfectly every time. But when I go to move something is preventing the car from sending any power to the wheels. I can't see anything visable that would cause this.
The car was perfectly fine to drive home last night from work - not a single issue, and after coilovers were fitted this problem arose, is it just a coincidence that something else went wrong at the same time?
Video of the screeching noise: https://youtu.be/XPhBMG-R6e4
I can't seem to find anything online that explains what is going on, so any help would be appreciated.
The car does look better lowered though, just a subtle change to start with:
Does anyone know where i can get a pair of these spring seats for 6n polo coilovers? (arrowed in the photo)
Or can i use the standard spring seat with coilovers?