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brentos

WTB: R33 GTS-T Front Arch Liners / Plastic Guard Liners

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I am needing both plastic arch liners (passenger and drivers side) for the front wheel arches, as I need them fitted for a road worthy.

I would prefer to buy them but given how rare they are to come accross if someone was willing to lend them to me just for the road worthy (for a slab or something) that would be much appreciated also.

Car: R33 GTS-T series 2.

Location: Melbourne SE.

Thanks,

Brent

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I have a pair of front guard liners, from an R33 GTST series 2, that I removed a few weeks ago so I could roll the guard lips to fit wider tyres. They don't look much like your photo though, so not sure if they are of any use. The back story is that my car is a track car, and 3 or 4 years ago we made the front bar into a removable one, so we could get the car on & off the transporter. At that time we probably removed the front part of the guard liners - the bit that is behind the front bar. We left the bit that goes from the front of the metal guard around to the bottom of the wheel arch behind the wheel - these are the bits I removed recently. I don't remember if the front part of the liner was a seperate part, or if we cut it off the rear part of the liner. I also don't know where the front parts ended up, but I can't find them. I'm a hoarder, and my son is the opposite, so it's likely that he dumped them. If the bits I have are any good to you, you can have them for a carton (or $50), including shipping. They'll fold in half and fit in a small box, and weigh next to nothing. Note that both have rub marks, and one has rubbed through in one spot.

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19 hours ago, GeeDog said:

I have a pair of front guard liners, from an R33 GTST series 2, that I removed a few weeks ago so I could roll the guard lips to fit wider tyres. They don't look much like your photo though, so not sure if they are of any use. The back story is that my car is a track car, and 3 or 4 years ago we made the front bar into a removable one, so we could get the car on & off the transporter. At that time we probably removed the front part of the guard liners - the bit that is behind the front bar. We left the bit that goes from the front of the metal guard around to the bottom of the wheel arch behind the wheel - these are the bits I removed recently. I don't remember if the front part of the liner was a seperate part, or if we cut it off the rear part of the liner. I also don't know where the front parts ended up, but I can't find them. I'm a hoarder, and my son is the opposite, so it's likely that he dumped them. If the bits I have are any good to you, you can have them for a carton (or $50), including shipping. They'll fold in half and fit in a small box, and weigh next to nothing. Note that both have rub marks, and one has rubbed through in one spot.

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20200314_103157.jpg

Thanks GeeDog for taking the time to reply and take photos.

Good news, I actually managed to find a pair of the guard liners off a mate so I am all good now, thanks anyway I really appreciate it!

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