Front dam - rubber lip.

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Postby Steve A » Sat 17.11.2007, 18:19

:D I ordered one yesterday, it came today :shock:
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Postby Steve A » Wed 21.11.2007, 20:46

:D
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Postby muley » Tue 03.06.2008, 19:07

Just to let you know;

Walker rubber are still knocking the A4022s out at £7.37 plus postage and VAT

Phoned them yesterday afternoon they arrived today.

I've got some ally strip I shall use to spread the load...


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Postby GeoffSmith » Tue 03.06.2008, 22:42

Jim,

Perhaps you should read about my experiences.

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Postby muley » Tue 03.06.2008, 23:00

Geoff

Ah ha! Missed that one.

I am working on another idea, but may end up going cap in hand to Dave for the templates ...

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Postby GeoffSmith » Tue 03.06.2008, 23:10

He's got them in electronic format if you've got access to an A2 printer/plotter.
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Postby tigerdog » Fri 06.06.2008, 16:15

GeoffSmith wrote:He's got them in electronic format if you've got access to an A2 printer/plotter.

This would be a great file to place on the wiki and make available for download.
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Postby algirdas » Fri 06.06.2008, 16:19

Dear Tigerdog:

I also have a set of metal copies that I can use as a template. They are here stateside. Not as convenient as the electronic version, but I can have them copied and you can either use them as a template or as the real thing and put them on your car.

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Postby tigerdog » Sat 07.06.2008, 04:39

algirdas wrote:I also have a set of metal copies that I can use as a template...

Thanks sincerely for the offer, Algirdas. I ended up buying plastic ones from Dave Bean and SJ. I was just hoping to save others the acute pain in the wallet I experienced.
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Postby algirdas » Sat 07.06.2008, 05:32

Dear Tigerdog:

I went that route before. I was completely LIVID when I received those three pieces of plastic, looked at the invoice and saw how #*^%*-ing much I paid for something that looks like it was made by a couple of sixth graders in shop class. That caused me to waddle on down to my favorite sheet metal works and have them make a set of originals in stainless. This way, the next time I need a set of those cheap plastic pieces of crap, I can travel back in time to my 6th grade shop class days after a quick trip to Hobby Lobby for materials.

You are probably wondering how I really feel about this. . .

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Postby Woo » Fri 20.06.2008, 00:34

Hello All

I have just received new spoiler from Walker Bros and was wondering if anyone has the pattern for the three mounting strips or any other sugestions for mounting....thanx

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Postby GeoffSmith » Fri 20.06.2008, 07:24

DeeAitch is the man.
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Re: Front dam - rubber lip.

Postby paulwatkins » Mon 23.02.2009, 19:31

These are still available from Walker Rubber tel 01603 415044. Part number A4022.

The price is currently £7.58 ea +p&p +vat
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Postby luluchiboy » Thu 01.10.2009, 00:54

i need one of these. can i order from overseas to USA?
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Postby algirdas » Thu 01.10.2009, 04:07

Dear Luluchiboy:

Last I talked to Walker Rubber, they had no problem shipping to the states. I'm in Colorado.

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Re: Front dam - rubber lip.

Postby luluchiboy » Thu 01.10.2009, 14:54

so we actually have to call international to order the part? or can we do it online?

and for those who have ordered in the states... how much was the total amt with shipping?
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Postby GeoffSmith » Thu 01.10.2009, 20:34

I'm sure someone would arrange it for you at this end - i.e. getting you a total price incl. shipping to the US and paying Walkers. Drop me a PM if you want a hand.
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Postby muley » Thu 01.10.2009, 22:21

muley wrote:Geoff

Ah ha! Missed that one.

I am working on another idea, but may end up going cap in hand to Dave for the templates ...

Cheers


Jim


My 'other idea' was to hold the strip in place with s/s penny washers. Works a treat, although I did use a piece of slotted steel about 20cm long in the middle because one of the mounts was missing.

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Re: Front dam - rubber lip.

Postby algirdas » Fri 02.10.2009, 05:31

Dear Luluchiboy:

The international call won't kill you. Sign up for Skype's call out service and you can make calls to the UK from your computer relatively cheap.

Last I checked, Walker Rubber does not have online ordering.

Shipping to the US via slow boat should be about $12 and take a week or two. This does not include customs duties which should be negligible. Just make sure they don't send it via expedited service. That will cost you several times the amount of the part.

Alternatively, you could just get one from Dave Bean in California. I'd be curious to know what he is charging for them these days.

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Re: Front dam - rubber lip.

Postby Gwigzee » Mon 15.02.2016, 19:24

Dear all,

it seems like the A100B0701K Plate Center is now obsolete wherever i'm asking for it.
Do you have an idea of where to find one out?

Or does anybody have a technical drawing for it?
Unfortunately, i never got this part on my car...

Thanks!

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