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Liners/mud flaps - rear - refurb or replace?

tony_i

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I'm afraid that corrosion has got the better of my rear wheel arches behind the plastic liners, and I'm in the process of getting it sorted.

The liners themselves are a bit rough, and the brackets are badly corroded.

Can I buy these liners and replace, or is it possible to replace the corroded brackets or find another work-around?

Edit: It looks like I'm looking for these. Can I avoid shelling out the cash, though?

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/192330681104
 
You can buy the fixings separately from your OPC for pennies. The black plastic does fade, but a coat of your favourite trim restorer or something like Solution Finish will work wonders!

I would check with your OPC on the cost to replace them, if you want to go that route, they can often be cheaper than fleabay! :thumbs:
 
TonyC911 said:
You can buy the fixings separately from your OPC for pennies. The black plastic does fade, but a coat of your favourite trim restorer or something like Solution Finish will work wonders!

I would check with your OPC on the cost to replace them, if you want to go that route, they can often be cheaper than fleabay! :thumbs:

Thanks. I'll have to investigate a bit further. :thumb:
 

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