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Old 06-10-2004, 01:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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there is this plastic that is haning down in between my front wheels what is that its like 3 or 4 feet long its like a plate of some sort....


if you know what kind of gaurd and how to reatach it! please tell me
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Old 06-10-2004, 01:38 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Well that depends, if the bolt holder on the plastic is torn you need a whole new one. If it just fell off randomly (rare) I guess you can tape it/mold it/glue it back together, but you'd be better off just buying a new one. Get under your car and check it out.
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ahaha!
i had this same problem...
what i did...
there is more than 1 pair of holes on my 325 atleast... so i stole some screws from the wheel well gaurds and threw em on there... now its fine...
my car is lowered so i had to park over a curb to do the work (no lift here m8s) you might have to also... and turn your wheels in when takin the screws from the wheel well gaurds... if you dont want to steal em from those your gonna have to find out what kind of screw it is... shouldnt be too hard...
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Part of your underpanl is shot. Buy an aluminum one.
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Hmm..I put mine all back together with screws and leather..worked out great..but I will buy a new one soon..yr just better off....
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i jsut took it off after an hour of messing WIth it.... Meh hope it wont be damageing antyhing else Lol
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