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#121 Oliverb

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Posted 02 September 2013 - 06:27 PM

Sounds good mate,
There may be a part number for the toe eye cover
You could always mould your own with some filler,

If you need some genuine for rivets for fitting these parts let me know as I have around 20

yeah because i cant find the part on any of the ford parts websites..

yeah i might try a mould it... :-)

 

oooooo they may come in handy actually Lenny :) 



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#122 Lenny

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Posted 02 September 2013 - 06:49 PM

yeah because i cant find the part on any of the ford parts websites..
yeah i might try a mould it... :-)
 
oooooo they may come in handy actually Lenny :) 

Pm me your address mate,
I'll send em on to you,
I've no use for them in the future :( history has been made

#123 Oliverb

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Posted 04 September 2013 - 11:06 AM

Look what arrived today :-P
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Going to need a refurb but no cracks or anything like that just a sand down and paint
I have decided to spray the diffuser part the ford sea grey as I already have that colour from my old focus , what you think?
i would gloss the under part and not leave it matted like they normally come..
this colour... grey metallic with sort of a slight hint of blue
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Dad has primed it already! Decided to fit both parts when I get back from my holiday in a week..
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Blimey my dad is on role, first coat of the under part done looking good,
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Boarder tape off , sorry getting a bit excited now so getting pic happy
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Posted 04 September 2013 - 07:34 PM

yeah because i cant find the part on any of the ford parts websites..
yeah i might try a mould it... :-)

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Ford part number for rear tow eye cover is 1521653 @ £5.30 inc vat (primed) :)

Just read all your thread you have done a fantastic job car look great :) aslo checked and you can fit power fold mirrors as you have all the correct modules you just need the mirrors and a switch add one wire and config with the EML and you have power folding mirrors



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 07:38 PM

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Ford part number for rear tow eye cover is 1521653 @ £5.30 inc vat (primed) :)

Just read all your thread you have done a fantastic job car look great :) aslo checked and you can fit power fold mirrors as you have all the correct modules you just need the mirrors and a switch add one wire and config with the EML and you have power folding mirrors


Nice one cheers for the part number , and that's for the ZS yeah?

Thanks, even once the kit fitted will still be in the search for other mods so yeah I think the power fold mirrors will be a go ahead,
Cheers for looking at the thread and for the ideas :-)

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Posted 04 September 2013 - 07:44 PM

Nice one cheers for the part number , and that's for the ZS yeah?

Thanks, even once the kit fitted will still be in the search for other mods so yeah I think the power fold mirrors will be a go ahead,
Cheers for looking at the thread and for the ideas :-)

 

 

Yes correct number trust me :)  i have all the ford info i need at hand as i work for a ford dealer and often take my work home with me  ha ha ha



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 07:46 PM

Looking good Ollie, rear diffuser is definitely on my list as my Focus is practically screaming for it.

 

Be great to see it when it's fitted. My focus is sea grey so torn between matching diffuser or just have it painted silver.



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 07:52 PM

Looking good Ollie, rear diffuser is definitely on my list as my Focus is practically screaming for it.
 
Be great to see it when it's fitted. My focus is sea grey so torn between matching diffuser or just have it painted silver.


Yeah I can't wait to see it fitted either :-P
But now I have to be patient and wait to fit them at the same time

Yeah get one !!
you may know this already, but on eBay if you was to buy one brand new there is a ford dealer on there that sells them for £200 rather than the normal price from ford what ever that is, but it's more than the eBay price.
Unless you do what I have done and go for second hand and then a bargain will pop up!!

I would go for the ford moon dust silver if I was you just so the skirt it more visible :-) but its up to you, your motor :D

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Posted 04 September 2013 - 08:04 PM

Hehe yeah moondust it will be. Yeah the brand new ones are tempting, but I'm always keeping any eye out for the bargain ones ;)

 

Cars looking great, keep up the good work, as much as the bank balance will allow.lol



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 08:06 PM

Hehe yeah moondust it will be. Yeah the brand new ones are tempting, but I'm always keeping any eye out for the bargain ones ;)
 
Cars looking great, keep up the good work, as much as the bank balance will allow.lol


Thank you :-)
Haha, sometimes it's not the bank balance its what the misses allows :-P

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Posted 05 September 2013 - 07:01 PM

Rear skirt complete!
both just need a good old polish but that will be done once fitted!
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Posted 05 September 2013 - 07:42 PM

Will look good when they are fitted!

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Posted 05 September 2013 - 10:39 PM

they are going to look sweet once fitted fella.

im in to minds on what to do get the front/rear skirt or just front with a triple r spliter or just go for the back decisions decisions



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Posted 06 September 2013 - 06:49 AM

they are going to look sweet once fitted fella.
im in to minds on what to do get the front/rear skirt or just front with a triple r spliter or just go for the back decisions decisions


Yeah it will!!!
Get both skirts and then fit the splitter for the front too, won't make it that much lower because even with the skirt fitted it sits fairly high still, unless your car is lowered already.. :-)

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Posted 06 September 2013 - 07:35 AM

Debating whether to purchase an S badge to make my car a TITANIUM "S" lol.. Or not ? I want to keep my TITANIUM badge on no matter what...

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