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adamhawk

Help! Looking For A Few Parts!

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Afternoon all,

I have recently brought a Ford Mondeo TDCI 2.0 Ghia 2006, and looking to take it to the next step in her history and glory of a fine looking and clean car that she is. However I'm looking for the following items and having no luck to ensure they are the correct ones or best buy, any help is greatly apprechiated;

Alloy Wheel Centre Cap (polished look)

Tailor Fitted mats

Front and Rear Mudflaps (that are for the Ghia, as most arent)

DuraTorq TDCI Engine Cover (with washers/rubbers/fittings)

Any help on those items are greatly apprechiated. Thanks.

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All of them ideal, I found ford parts online to be a little out of touch on what your actually buying, and they won't supply the fittings.

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If you dont want OEM take a look at rally style, might suit you a little more!

as for the hubcap, try local scrappies, might find some for a bargain price in excellent condition...

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When I bought my new Mondeo I got my engine cover and fixings off ebay. These fixings are for the petrol engine but you email them about ones for the diesel http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/FORD-MONDEO-MK3-DURATEC-HE-PETROL-1-8-2-0-ENGINE-COVER-STUD-PINS-2001-2007-/230910673444?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item35c3594224

Have a look here for the wheel centre cap your after http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_trksid=p5197.m570.l1313&_nkw=ford+centre+caps&_sacat=0&_from=R40

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EBAY FOR ALL YOU NEED...LOL

You have to be careful when buying stuff off eBay, as there's a lot of cheap, ill-fitting, imitation rubbish about.

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This is just it, I'd rather pay Vospers or another manufacturing company. With the engine cover, the foam underneath is worn away, is this ok to fit without it?

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