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      03-09-2015, 04:16 PM   #199
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Maybe a bit late to purchase these at a decent price. Currently they are showing approx. $70 per side.
Anyone find any better pricing. My local dealer won't replace unless I pay $125 CDN per side.
my dealer replaced these free of charge this winter. It fixed all rubbing issues i had with my winter setup.

just print out some of the details and take it to them. You shouldn't have to pay for it.
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      02-27-2016, 10:42 AM   #200
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Does anyone know what this bulge just inside the wheel well is? It is only on the passenger side and sticks out about 1cm. Now that I have the revised fender liner and increased caster, this bulge is what would limit my tire width. I am running Potenza RE-71R in 255/35 and they are about 1-2 mm from contacting this with slight steering input. It is an odd location to see something asymmetric on a car, which usually means that whatever is under there is not structural. I can't help but wonder what it is and why they put it there.

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Does anyone know what this bulge just inside the wheel well is? It is only on the passenger side and sticks out about 1cm. Now that I have the revised fender liner and increased caster, this bulge is what would limit my tire width. I am running Potenza RE-71R in 255/35 and they are about 1-2 mm from contacting this with slight steering input. It is an odd location to see something asymmetric on a car, which usually means that whatever is under there is not structural. I can't help but wonder what it is and why they put it there.

Windshield washer fluid container. You could probably mold it to your liking with a heat gun.
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Are the Dealerships still offering replacement liners for the US cars

And the are still the same Part #?

Ill Call today and see if they have them...
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Are the Dealerships still offering replacement liners for the US cars

And the are still the same Part #?

Ill Call today and see if they have them...
I tried to get them to replace outside the warranty period and they said no. My car is CPO and said trim is not covered.

Let us know if your dealer covers it.
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Parts numbers are the same. ECS tuning has them for $74.68 per side. I just ordered some.
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Does anyone know what this bulge just inside the wheel well is? It is only on the passenger side and sticks out about 1cm. Now that I have the revised fender liner and increased caster, this bulge is what would limit my tire width. I am running Potenza RE-71R in 255/35 and they are about 1-2 mm from contacting this with slight steering input. It is an odd location to see something asymmetric on a car, which usually means that whatever is under there is not structural. I can't help but wonder what it is and why they put it there.



Hi

For the photo that you attached

Is that different front inner liner back section?

Looks different with my one

Thank you
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      07-16-2016, 07:40 AM   #206
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Yes that's the new one.
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Yes that's the new one.
Thanx

You have part number for this section

My rubbing crazy with 265/30/19 in front now
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Looking good. How long did they last?
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