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Fitting a valance to my +4 #561036
20/02/19 11:08 AM
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Hi everybody,
just bought and got a baby doll style valance from the factory and now, I am looking forward to fit it to my 2018 +4.
I would be grateful for every tip I can get how to do it and where to fix it to the car. Maybe someone has pics from under the car?
Thank you for helping!!!


2018 +4, persian blue
Re: Fitting a valance to my +4 [Re: tommog] #561154
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I’ve recently purchased one too, when I finally get round to it , l’ll fit it raw, then take it off agin to paint it.

Re: Fitting a valance to my +4 [Re: ewn] #561170
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Originally Posted By ewn
l’ll fit it raw, then take it off again to paint it.


In.m.o this is the correct way to do it.

Last edited by Dean-Royal; 20/02/19 07:33 PM.

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Re: Fitting a valance to my +4 [Re: tommog] #561171
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I am sorry to say I can't help you but I am interestet to see the result!

Last edited by bmgermany; 20/02/19 07:34 PM.

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Re: Fitting a valance to my +4 [Re: tommog] #561182
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Re: Fitting a valance to my +4 [Re: tommog] #561190
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Not sure if this helps ?







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Re: Fitting a valance to my +4 [Re: tommog] #561191
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Re: Fitting a valance to my +4 [Re: tommog] #561193
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that looks nice!!

There must be any solution for a wider valance for cars with overriders confused2

Last edited by bmgermany; 20/02/19 08:39 PM.

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Re: Fitting a valance to my +4 [Re: tommog] #561194
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I have just had the front overriders taken off when my valance was fitted.
No luck attaching a picture. I have tried putting them in the Morgan pictures-thread.
If you PM me I’ll send you pictures of how it is attached to the car by the dealer.
Regards

Last edited by 60Yards; 20/02/19 08:58 PM.

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Re: Fitting a valance to my +4 [Re: bmgermany] #561200
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Originally Posted By bmgermany
that looks nice!!

There must be any solution for a wider valance for cars with overriders confused2


Cain at Wolf Performance is modifying my overrider mounts to allow fitting of full valance with aperture whilst retaining overriders. Something like this although think it will look better on a Roadster with standard number plate mount to reveal aperture.



The other solution is to fit the full bumper mounts which require just a circular clearance hole in the valance, then modifying each overrider to work with the single threaded hole mount.


Richard

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