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Old 03 Apr 2005, 03:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Wheel Arch Liner

My wheel arch liner is hanging down a bit on the passenger side front. Looks like a clip has come off, so its flapping about at the mo :roll:

Any ideas where I can get another clip from ?

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Old 03 Apr 2005, 03:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Wheel Arch Liner

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My wheel arch liner is hanging down a bit on the passenger side front. Looks like a clip has come off, so its flapping about at the mo :roll:

Any ideas where I can get another clip from ?

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Foresters :wink:
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My wheel arch liner is hanging down a bit on the passenger side front. Looks like a clip has come off, so its flapping about at the mo :roll:

Any ideas where I can get another clip from ?

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Foresters :wink:
What not superglue lol
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:roll: lol

could do :wink: :wink:
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:roll: lol

could do :wink: :wink:
:shock: TZ what did I tell you not to do ! :roll:

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ops: ops: ops: oops!
Sorry Lou :wink:

Seriously tho, give Foresters a ring
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ops: ops: ops: oops!
Sorry Lou :wink:

Seriously tho, give Foresters a ring
I'll let you off just this once, as you helped me earlier today :wink:

Will drop Foresters a PM
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dropping foresters is a good one. If we are talking about the same thing i renewed mine a few months ago for around 20 (new from subaru) after hitting the bumper.
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