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6000073748 Offside Front Arch Liner - Front Portion



MarcB

ClioSport Club Member
  Too Many
All out of stock now

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Mark68

ClioSport Club Member
  BG 182 FF
Hi there, a chunk of the thin plastic layer within my nearside inner wheel arch flew off whilst bombing along the M11 the other week.
Is this the part discussed in this topic? Are they difficult to fit and can further issues soon occur if I don't get this replaced soon?
Many thanks.
 

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DaveDreads

aka Philomena Cunk aka Barry Shitpeas
ClioSport Club Member
Hi there, a chunk of the thin plastic layer within my nearside inner wheel arch flew off whilst bombing along the M11 the other week.
Is this the part discussed in this topic? Are they difficult to fit and can further issues soon occur if I don't get this replaced soon?
Many thanks.
That looks like passenger side, they still make those.
 

Mark68

ClioSport Club Member
  BG 182 FF
That looks like passenger side, they still make those.

Hi Dave, yes on the passenger side. I think I got confused with the nearside/curbside explanation above.
So that would be the front arch liner I require?
Are these a pain to fit? I could have a go at work or are these best replaced by a renault specialist?
 

DaveDreads

aka Philomena Cunk aka Barry Shitpeas
ClioSport Club Member
I forget what offside and nearside is too, I always say drivers side, passenger side.

This thread is about the drivers side as Renault stopped making them, but for some reason they still make the passenger side which is what you need, I would say find out Renaults main dealer price first, then go on Autodoc or ECP etc and see what they charge, they'll say they sell both but passengers side will show up, drivers side won't as they don't exist anymore.

The arch liners are easy to remove and fit, just don't lose the screws as they're tiny.
 

Mark68

ClioSport Club Member
  BG 182 FF
I forget what offside and nearside is too, I always say drivers side, passenger side.

This thread is about the drivers side as Renault stopped making them, but for some reason they still make the passenger side which is what you need, I would say find out Renaults main dealer price first, then go on Autodoc or ECP etc and see what they charge, they'll say they sell both but passengers side will show up, drivers side won't as they don't exist anymore.

The arch liners are easy to remove and fit, just don't lose the screws as they're tiny.

Marvellous! Much appreciate your help.
 

VenomUK

ClioSport Club Member
  Clio 172

VenomUK

ClioSport Club Member
  Clio 172
This lad has been trying to punt them off for £120 for ages. He has now come round to the idea that lowering the price will sell more...however slapping it on postage people still arent going to bite. They will come down soon enough!!
 

Porl

ClioSport Club Member
We need to set up a group buy with this guy from Poland!

He has 10,000 ! 😧

The can't be 10000 1*2's left running these days😂😂. Offer to do a bulk buy off him so he doesn't have to recycle them.
 

DaveDreads

aka Philomena Cunk aka Barry Shitpeas
ClioSport Club Member
Oh yeah his suits and whatnot are pieced together, but parts of them are larger and have bigger curves to them than an arch liner, so I don't understand how complex Iron Man suits are easy, but a sh*tty arch liner isn't?

Maybe i'm missing something about the capabilities of 3D printing.
 

RustyMojo

ClioSport Club Member
Are arch liners not made from some kind of blown or pressed plastic? polythene or PVC?? Probably quite expensive to make the initial mould but 10 a penny there after? Hence the cost is likely to cover the dev costs, not the actual cost of producing one item??

be much easier to make one out of fibreglass I would think! 3D printing would take about 42 years wouldn’t it.
 

04-182

ClioSport Club Member
  AB Clio 182
It’s a shame about 3D printing but as above. If you had the model it would take about a week to print, cost about £40 in material and that’s if it didn’t warp or come off the print bed mid print. It would have to be thicker as the printers don’t like the to do big areas thin and after that you’d have to strengthen it via acetone smoothing or similar process and chances are the first stone or tyre rub it would just smash.

Biggest shame is I bet the injection moulds for them are probably sitting on a shelf at the factory or thrown in a pile at a scrappers.
 

SteveC_1879

ClioSport Club Member
  Clio 182
That kid from Poland is taking the piss. He won’t nibble on postage despite the fact they fit together and you could get 10 in the same box. Half tempted to do a £20 Ryanair return and bring a suitcase full of the f*****s back
 

MRBILLYUK

ClioSport Club Member
  FF Jeden Osiem Dwa
That kid from Poland is taking the piss. He won’t nibble on postage despite the fact they fit together and you could get 10 in the same box. Half tempted to do a £20 Ryanair return and bring a suitcase full of the f*****s back
He is taking the piss with postage.
My girlfriends Polish and its quite common for Polish people to send parcels from Poland to the UK. You can send a 32kg parcel for only £16.
 


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