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N/s/r wheel arch trim and possibly some coilovers

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Chris shrewsbury


Evening I am after a n/s/r wheel arch trim must be in good condition. Also I might be after some coilovers soon if anyone has some tidy ones available as I just got married so funds are low hence me saying soon lol

Chris shrewsbury


Has nobody got a n/s/r arch trim they are so expensive off nissan

Stu

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They are hard to get mate. When removed the bolts are all most always corroded and snap off. Making them useless to anyone.
Not many people scrap shells these days too. So they tend to be left in a shell and sold with it.


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Mr B

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Re-stud the old ones with a2 stainless bolts ground down & bonded in & use a thin bead of black pu40 adhesive sealer to help hold it on & act as a seal keeping moisture out of the join area...

Chris shrewsbury


I have mine and I don't mind re studding them. Mine was full of filler and chewed up

Digitalfaze

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i believe they are still available at nissan £££'s though

http://www.avaloncreative.co.uk

Chris shrewsbury


£100 each

Digitalfaze

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@Chris shrewsbury wrote:£100 each

£400 quid a set sheesh im in the wrong job :/

http://www.avaloncreative.co.uk

Chris shrewsbury


Lol defiantly

Mr B

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Should be possible to get batch made perhaps just studless or with recesses so can bond studs yourself if wanted, certainly worth likes of bob getting some done as will be getting used more as time goes on & Nissan price on that is complete stupidity :-O  you could buy 3 bumpers for 1 set of arch trim :-/
If removed carefully & cosmetically good they generally reusable & best bonded on with black PU40 on repaired rear arch as no holes to rot & less water trap risk .

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