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Old 10-05-2005, 03:01   #1 (permalink)
Dave Piggin
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Hi guys. I recently fitted new side steps to my TD5 Disco. The front mud
flaps have an adhesive foam rubber piece that goes between the exisiting
plastic eyebrow and the mud flap which has not adhered correctly, even
after cleaning both plastic eye brow and mud flap throughly with a
alcohol wipes. The adhesive has adhered to the eyebrow ok, but not the
new mud flap. This has resulted in a 2/3mm gap which is now providing an
area for
grit /dirt ingress. Cosmetically it dosn't look good.
Question 1, How can the foam effectivly be taken off, leaving a clean
surface, both on the eyebrow and on the new plastic mud flap, and 2, are
the adhesive foam rubbers obtainable as a seperate item? TIA Dave

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