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Fixing / Tidying Up Drill Holes On Wheel Arches

#1 User is offline   Rayy 

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Posted 08 February 2016 - 12:32 PM

Hi all,

When I got #76 she had rally flaps all round which I did like but I was always very keen to have the car completely standard. I've taken them off and have obviously a few holes in the front aluminium wings, and the rear plastic bumper.

Anyone know the best way to fix these up?

There are a bunch of "metal fillers" and some plastic bumper fillers available... just wondering if anyone has any advise on this?
Owner: FRP #076
Current mile muncher: 2014(64) Ford Mondeo 2.2 TDCI 200 Titanium X Sport - Frozen White

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2009(09) Ford Mondeo 2.0 TDCI | 2008(08) Mk7 Ford Fiesta TDCI Zetec S | 1999(T) Rover 420 | 1997(.R) Rover 620 TD | 1995(M) Mk3 Ford Fiesta Si
First car: 1990(H) Mk3 Ford Fiesta Popular Plus!

#2 User is offline   happy-kat 

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Posted 08 February 2016 - 07:14 PM

Not something I can suggest on from reading posts.
The mud flaps do work they will have reduced the amount of stone chips and peppering from on the sides and rear bumper.
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