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Thread: Stainless Steel Front (slam) Panel and Headlight Screw Kit + others

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    Stainless Steel Front (slam) Panel and Headlight Screw Kit + others

    I've been wanting to get this done for a while and have now found the time.

    I'm now able to supply hand Polished Stainless Steel screws and washers for the Slam Panel and Headlights, see photos attached. The headlight screws are notorious for corroding to the point that they round off when trying to remove them and this is more of a pain for the hidden screw at the headlight bottom mounting. The slam panel screws don't corrode quite as bad but it's nice to replace these to brighten things up. The washers for the slam panel screws are not off the shelf items, they have been made to suit the original size washers but are thicker, please note there is only one side polished so obviously this side goes up. The slam panel screws are the same for the wings.

    Kit A (VR6)

    25mm Headlight bottom mounting screw - 2x
    16mm Headlight top mounting screw - 4x
    16mm Plastic cover screw - 1x
    16mm Radiator cover screws - 2x
    Washers to suit the above - 9x

    £5.50 posted

    Kit B This kit includes the 4 visible screws (2 each side) on the top of the slam panel

    Complete set of slam panel screws – 14x
    Washers for the slam panel screws – 14x
    16mm Radiator side cowl + washers - 2x
    M6 Power steering pipe + washers - 2x

    £12 posted

    Kit C This kit is for the 4 screws on top of each wing

    Wing screws – 8x
    Washers for wing screws - 8x

    £7.50 posted

    Kit D This kit is for the 4 screws on the top of the slam panel ONLY

    Top slam panel screws – 4x
    Washers for the slam panel screws – 4x

    £4.50 posted

    Kit E

    Fog/Indicator housing screws – 8x

    £2.50 posted

    Kit F

    Tailgate strut screws (hand polished heads) - 4x

    £3 posted

    Choose the kits you want and total up the cost.

    Payment by Paypal or Bank Transfer.

    Of course these are produced to my usual high standards.

    Thanks
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    Can you get the screw for air intake cover? In the top middle of the 2nd photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EnthusiastOwned™ View Post
    Can you get the screw for air intake cover? In the top middle of the 2nd photo.
    I did consider that one but decided not to include it. Yeah I can throw that one in too.
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    Can I have a set with the intake cover screws too please. Will pm.
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    Hi Dave. I will take some of these. Don't worry I don't already have these lol.

    I would like enough to do the slam panel as well. I don't have my car to hand could you tell me if the wing securing bolts Deffinately do the slam panel or do I have to add on another 4.

    Just to be clear I would like the full set that includes wing securing screws also.

    Many thanks

    Dan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DANG60 View Post
    Hi Dave. I will take some of these. Don't worry I don't already have these lol.

    I would like enough to do the slam panel as well. I don't have my car to hand could you tell me if the wing securing bolts Deffinately do the slam panel or do I have to add on another 4.

    Just to be clear I would like the full set that includes wing securing screws also.

    Many thanks

    Dan.
    Dan,

    To do the whole of the slam panel (including the 4 in the photo) you will need 14 screws. Then an additional 8 for the wings.

    So add £9 for the additional screw/washers (18x).

    Total for the complete set including the headlight screws is £16.50 posted.

    Hope this is clear. PM me if you would like to order.

    Thanks
    Dave
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    How much for ones to do all slam panel and both wings, I just bought the headlights screws from vw so don't need them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3corsameal View Post
    How much for ones to do all slam panel and both wings, I just bought the headlights screws from vw so don't need them.

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    can you get hold of the front arch liner screws in stainless ?

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    Updated to reflect requests.

    ---------- Post added at 8:11 PM ---------- Previous post was at 8:10 PM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by dragon green View Post
    can you get hold of the front arch liner screws in stainless ?
    Yes I would think so.
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    Money and address sent via paypal (gift) for sets B&C,
    Let me know if you can get the arch liner screws,
    It was good to meet you at the Nationals,i and many others appreciated your dedication and hard work,
    Bryan

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