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Old 15th March 2017, 12:33   #31
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If the rust is on wheel nuts and on disc brakes, it is quite normal. No need to worry about that.
I am unable to see the pics you have uploaded, please share it again.

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Also, though I had asked this question earlier can someone help me verify the VIN. The VIN on my car is MAJAXXMRKAHJ06860. does this mean that the chassis is a 2013 Chassis ?
The manufacturing date as per the VIN is January 2017.

You can decode using the table in the link;
https://www.team-bhp.com/forum/buyin...ml#post4140459

I am sure it is just surface rust you are seeing.
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If the rust is on wheel nuts and on disc brakes, it is quite normal. No need to worry about that.
I am unable to see the pics you have uploaded, please share it again.
am struggling to attach pics as it tells me to give a link
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am struggling to attach pics as it tells me to give a link
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If the rust is on wheel nuts and on disc brakes, it is quite normal. No need to worry about that.
I am unable to see the pics you have uploaded, please share it again.
Here are the pictures : Found how to upload.
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If the rust is on wheel nuts and on disc brakes, it is quite normal. No need to worry about that.
I am unable to see the pics you have uploaded, please share it again.
I have uploaded the pics here ...
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I have uploaded the pics here ...
That's normal. Nothing to worry about. Those parts wont rust further.
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That's normal. Nothing to worry about. Those parts wont rust further.
Gives me some assurance. thank you.
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