I'm on a roll at the moment asking silly questions, and so far you've all been kind enough to help without ridicule.. so I think I'm ready to post this question. I know the c5 is a bit man in a shed thing, but at the weekend I had to attach my wheeltrim using a piece of yoghurt pot. I'm working away from home today, so can't post a photo, but I'll do my best to explain.. My rear left hand side wheeltrim. What is supposed to hold it in place? I have the bolt that attaches the wheel to the shaft. And a wheeltrim with a big hole in it. That's all I had. So I found a large washer to sit on the top of the wheeltrim, but there was a huge gap that needed to be filled in order to be able to do the thing up so the wheeltrim was on tight, hence the use of the slither of yoghurt pot that now nicely braces the gap. Unlike the other side there is no nice star shaped thing that holds on the trim. The user manual is useless as it just shows some round washer looking thing, but I can't make out what it is. What I am sure of is that it's not a dairy product container. If any of this made any sense and you can help me by telling me what is supposed to secure the left hand side wheel trim, thank you. Else I'll post a pic on Thursday.
posted on: 10/03/2015 20:58:25