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Hi, just wondering if any one knows the finis codes and or prices of the following parts.

Rear drivers side trailing arm
Rear drivers side lower arm
Rear drivers side hub
And i also need the arm that joins to the rear next to the side skirt.

Any help is much appriciated
Rich
 

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QUOTE(xnescx @ 21 Dec 2009, 10:36 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Hi, just wondering if any one knows the finis codes and or prices of the following parts.

Rear drivers side trailing arm
Rear drivers side lower arm
Rear drivers side hub
And i also need the arm that joins to the rear next to the side skirt.

Any help is much appriciated
Rich

Sounds like you might have had an off in the snow ?? everything ok?
 

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QUOTE(chrisd @ 22 Dec 2009, 06:50 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Sounds like you might have had an off in the snow ?? everything ok?

Yeah, just one of those things i guess best just crack on and get it fixed lol, looking like an insurance job now, not only are all those parts bent but the wheel is buckled as well think with labour i'd be looking at 800+ all because of a bit of ice....


Nevermind


Ill certainly be more careful in future i know that much.

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QUOTE(xnescx @ 22 Dec 2009, 08:21 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Yeah, just one of those things i guess best just crack on and get it fixed lol, looking like an insurance job now, not only are all those parts bent but the wheel is buckled as well think with labour i'd be looking at 800+ all because of a bit of ice....


Nevermind


Ill certainly be more careful in future i know that much.

Rich

PM me all the part numbers you require and I'll get you a trade price from Arnold Clark @ Shiremoor. You'll be suprised at how much you will save


Rear arms etc are pretty straight forward if your willing to have a go yourself, I wouldnt have thought it would take more than a few hours tops.
 

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QUOTE(chrisd @ 23 Dec 2009, 03:11 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>PM me all the part numbers you require and I'll get you a trade price from Arnold Clark @ Shiremoor. You'll be suprised at how much you will save


Rear arms etc are pretty straight forward if your willing to have a go yourself, I wouldnt have thought it would take more than a few hours tops.

Gutted i've just read this, i've gone ahead with my insurance 650 quid excess, i suppose with labor and the alloys being refurbised it would be about the same if not more, thanks anyway mate appriciate it, where gonna have to meet up sometime, not met any of the NE members yet thinking whitby dunno if your gonna be there or not?

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QUOTE(xnescx @ 23 Dec 2009, 04:22 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Gutted i've just read this, i've gone ahead with my insurance 650 quid excess, i suppose with labor and the alloys being refurbised it would be about the same if not more, thanks anyway mate appriciate it, where gonna have to meet up sometime, not met any of the NE members yet thinking whitby dunno if your gonna be there or not?

Rich

Not to worry. I would have guessed the parts would have been around £280 without the cost of wheels. By the time you got wheels sorted (2nd hand) it would probably have been around £500. At least you will get new wheels etc through insurance.
 

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I had an off in the snow this week two, managed to bend the front inner tie rod, luckily that was all, but as it knocked the steeing quite far out and me being stermined to get home it ruined both front tyres (tbh they kinda needed changing anyways). With the allignment set me back £370 not a bad days work lol
 

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QUOTE(TheCustomTouch @ 23 Dec 2009, 06:17 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I had an off in the snow this week two, managed to bend the front inner tie rod, luckily that was all, but as it knocked the steeing quite far out and me being stermined to get home it ruined both front tyres (tbh they kinda needed changing anyways). With the allignment set me back £370 not a bad days work lol

Its not good like, but i guess its one of those things you have to get along with it, if we choose to have an expencive car the repairs come at a cost to lol, but hell its worth it....
 
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