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Old 07-09-2004, 12:51 PM   #1
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On the 00+ Bonnies there are plastic covers in the fenderwell that pop out quite easily. Unfortunately these covers tend to hold burned rubber and VHT (track sticky) quite redilly and i'm looking to get some replacements so I can use the old ones at the track. Anyone have an idea of what im talking about and can get part numbers for them?

It looks to be 2 pieces in each wheel well and I'm doing the fronts.
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Is this the piece the your filter is behind? Called extension cover.
right is #25695502
left is #25695503

the rear piece, called fender insulator
right or left is #25654033
the retainers are #11517992

The inner liner just in case is
right #25701818
left #250701819
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Too fast for me. Thanks, Pdad. Now go pack the car and get on the road.
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Damn, each retainer (2.31) cost the same as the entire fender instulator.
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Damn, each retainer (2.31) cost the same as the entire fender instulator.
In parts list it says pac of 2?

Kids are saying goodbye to there friends, Mom is STILL in the shower, car is all packed and I'm itching to go.......guess I'll build another cd
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Damn, each retainer (2.31) cost the same as the entire fender instulator.
In parts list it says pac of 2?

Kids are saying goodbye to there friends, Mom is STILL in the shower, car is all packed and I'm itching to go.......guess I'll build another cd
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