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Member Since 14 Oct 2009
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In Topic: Mud Flaps

15 April 2014 - 02:39 PM

That's only for the front, and won't ship to Ireland I'm afraid. I think I'll just pick up a set in the local dealership. Thanks for your help.

thats a begger, :(

 

Good job my Granddad and Grandma emigrated from The Irish Republic after the First World War, otherwise I'd be in the same boat. :ph34r:

 

To be honest I've never felt the need to put mudflaps on the rear wheel arches, as now't gets trapped up there. Nor is any damage done to the paint finish. Besides there is no metal to rust back there, just plastic.

 

In fact I had it on a garage ramp last week, bit of rust curing of the metal cross member the rear shockers and springs are attached to. And some undersealing where the sills meet the underside of the car. And it was clean as a whistle back there where the rear mudflaps would sit.


In Topic: Mud Flaps

15 April 2014 - 02:28 PM

And before anybody fits their new mudflaps on the Mk 2 through to end production in 2010 Mk2.5. Take my advice remove the front wheel arch protectors, and you will see what I mean.........trust me dont just wang em on..................

 

I thought I had cleaned the inner wing before I fit mine, but you cannot do it properly with the protectors in situ.

 

Anyway last week whilst fitting an electromagnetic parking aid [ I had kicking about ] behind the front bumper. you have to take the front inner wheel arch protectors off to get at the bolts that secure the bumper to the wings................what a load of wet through mud was caked up there Plus the damp can then seep into the sponge blocking barriers. They are supposed to be in a water proof covering, but one on my 3 year old Mk2.5 was split. Funny thing is I had one on my Mk2 with a tiny split in it as well. ..........they act as reservious that keep the trapped mud yet even in dry weather.


In Topic: Mud Flaps

15 April 2014 - 02:09 PM

Jeez,

 

it's a pair of mudflaps for FLIPS SAKE!

 

You have a Ford Focus, then put some Ford Mudflaps on it.

 

But nodoubt you will !Removed! about until the last pair have gone.

 

But on the off chance your fast enough to make a decision here's a link to the last pair  £21.75 delivered

 

Yes I've got them on mine, Yes they are genuine Ford, ....yes.... yes....yes ...yes ....yes :rolleyes:


In Topic: Titanium Seats Heated Or Not?

13 April 2014 - 08:19 PM

 

got it in one!

las tthing i want is for the airbags in the seats to deploy and waste £175!

 

any idea how long the battery needs to be disconnected for?

:wacko:


In Topic: Headlamp Wiring Harness Plug...i'm Stumped!

11 April 2014 - 10:39 PM

Well Bruce,

 

my wife would not be seen dead following my posts on a car forum, but if she did, I reckon I would be lambasted [again] :angry:

However if your wife was to follow your posts, I reckon you would be dead :ph34r: