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Old 09-29-2004, 11:50 PM   #1
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Getting a used fender within the next week but it'* off an SE. The SE moulding will already be taken off but will my SSEi moulding, off the damaged fender, easily transfer?
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John, I'm not sure what holds that on. It should be the same as the door molding, but if push comes to shove, theres the super-sticky body/trim tape that'll hold that little piece on.

Your FSM should show how it comes apart. Mine does. But it'* about 20 miles from you instead of in front of me to look it up!
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Is there a different part number between the SE (93) and the SSEi (92) front left fender?
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The front fenders are 92-95, It'll fit perfect.

The SSEi moulding is held by two screws in the fendwell and the two bolts and the bottom of the fender.

It'* a direct swap.
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The front fenders are 92-95, It'll fit perfect.

The SSEi moulding is held by two screws in the fendwell and the two bolts and the bottom of the fender.

It'* a direct swap.
Thanks a bunch, Dame. Now all I have to do is find a box big enough to fit the fender in. Looks like it'* off to the bicycle shop for a mountain bike box!
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