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Advice #612866
17/01/20 02:03 PM
17/01/20 02:03 PM
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haverfordwest
Nostalgiajohn Offline OP
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Hi all, Has anyone had any experience or knowledge in fitting a Williams Front Splitter? I am drawn to the more competition/aggressive front end with possibly the addition of 2 x spots, but retaining the number plate box & badge bar. This will result in the removal of the front over riders/brackets but I could probably sell these to recoup some of the expense of the splitter.
Also considering sun visors, my screen surround seems to have 2 sets of lugs for fitment?
My mog is a 2011 Plus 4.
Cheers,
John

Re: Advice [Re: Nostalgiajohn] #612867
17/01/20 02:18 PM
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Hello John.

I would heartily recommend you speak with Cain at Wolf Performance in the first instance.

Other front splitters are available, but..


Steve
Re: Advice [Re: Stringers Best Mate] #612871
17/01/20 02:44 PM
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East Harling, Norfolk UK
Richard Wood Offline
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+1 thumbs large range and probably cheaper than alternatives.

This is the Sport valance with GT aperture plus modifcation to retain overriders

[Linked Image]


Richard

2018 Roadster - Red/Magnolia - "Morton"
1967 Land Rover series 2a SWB
1960 Velocette Venom
Re: Advice [Re: Nostalgiajohn] #612874
17/01/20 03:33 PM
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+1 for speaking first with Cain, he is the man, great bloke and very knowledgeable and prices are very, very competitive.

BR
Colin (just a happy customer, check out his bonnet stays whilst your at it, best on the market!)


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Re: Advice [Re: Nostalgiajohn] #612939
18/01/20 03:06 AM
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auckland new zealand
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Tried to buy the bonnet stays, but have just heard that they are no longer available.


99 plus 8 indigo
Re: Advice [Re: Richard Wood] #612945
18/01/20 07:31 AM
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Richard - I love the front of your car- that combo of the valance, led lights and colour combo is superb. Did Cain sort your lights and valance? Although thinking about it, I’m not sure when reading back entries on TM whether you did your own lights ....
HB

Re: Advice [Re: Richard Wood] #612982
18/01/20 01:21 PM
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Hi Richard, looks great! How much was the front splitter and did you fit yourself? Where did the lights come from and are they a plug & play?
Cheers,
John

Re: Advice [Re: Nostalgiajohn] #613198
20/01/20 08:28 AM
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Richard Wood Offline
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HB and John, thanks for comments. Cain made my valance but I had it painted to match and fitted it which was very easy. He also cut back the angled overrider mounting plates then welded up some new S/S tubular mounts for the overriders themselves to fit through holes in valance and cross bolt to remaining part of mount plates, to allow me to keep them. Cain later provided me with a bracing cross tube, fitted to one of the cross bolts each side, stiffening up the otherwise flimsy OE overrider mounts.

The LED headlights with DRL function were also an easy fit by myself, thread here.


Richard

2018 Roadster - Red/Magnolia - "Morton"
1967 Land Rover series 2a SWB
1960 Velocette Venom
Re: Advice [Re: Nostalgiajohn] #613619
22/01/20 08:34 PM
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I can also vouch for Cain’s front valances - top job. Opted for the stubbie that fits between the over riders. Very easy to fit but carefully measure for the mounting hole locations. I chose to retain the aluminium look and polished it up somewhat. Also fitted black beading around the grill opening. Very pleased with the result.
As per Richard above, I sourced 10mmOD / 4mmID aluminium tube via Amazon, threaded each end M6 and used as a strut/tie between the over rider brackets.
Also extended the over riders forward via aluminium spacer blocks.
Pics to follow once posting to TM has been mastered.
,


Chris
2015 Plus4

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