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12-10-2009 02:28 AM
CDORISMAX a worth while addition. glad we got there in the end, i was mortified to realize i'd got the numbers wrong.
sparky666 is on the ball.
pleased it turned out OK in the end.
12-07-2009 08:38 PM
Ex TT Doris........

many thanks... Took flaps back.. no problem changed for correct one's. fitted in minutes..

my confidence when tinkering with car's is now restored

A note to all GHIA owners.. If you need to fit front Mud Flaps the finis Number is 1526378

thanks to Doris.....
12-06-2009 03:45 AM
CDORISMAX please accept my most sincere apologies, i have got the part nos. the wrong way around. have checked my invoices and the new fronts for your car will be F 1526378.
i had a 50/50 chance of getting it wrong. . right!

i trust you can exchange them..............

sorry again, coat, hat, door..................
12-06-2009 03:25 AM
sparky666 hi
you may have the wrong flaps i think ford part is 1526378but the existing stone chip protector alreadt fitted may replace the option of fitting mud flaps,good luck
12-05-2009 09:48 PM
Ex TT Hi got the mudflaps... F1338160

I am totally baffled on how to fit them! I have followed the instructions and straight a way i saw a problem.. the pictures did not match up with the flaps. God this is complicated to explain...lol
I have a grey plastic trim that run along the length of the car. covering the bottom half of the sill.
this carries on into the wheel arch covering the bottom first four inches. i will try and take a pic and post if you didn't mind maybe you could confirm yours is the same.. this trim in my veiw is in the way and does not allow aflush fittingagainst the wheel arch.

one things for sure i will never make a mechanic!

11-10-2009 04:07 AM
sierragls Ive seen the plastic trim fitted to some models what does it actually do, is it for styling, or is it for protection?
11-09-2009 05:27 PM
CDORISMAX cats wiskers!! more like the dogs danglies. proper kit.

bet i could fit them one handed, blindfold over the phone...........

salt, pinch, winter is coming, or its got very cold on here..
11-09-2009 04:24 AM
Richard G should really be thinking of LGV "Cats whiskers"
http://www.capitalrubber.co.uk/pdf/C...s_Whiskers.pdf



11-09-2009 03:10 AM
patriot doddle to fit, was able to fit them with wheels on, plenty of room. Its shocking the damage without em !
11-09-2009 02:24 AM
sparky666 just fitted some to mine not because they look good but because your sills get a hamering without them,they should be fitted as standard ,if you havent got them fitted look at your sills!

I rest my case
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