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Vintage and Classic Roadster Kit Car Builds For Vintage and Classic era kit cars. Post your build reports, problems and progress here

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Old 16th July 2017, 22:54
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A major step forward. I like how they look too and must be satisfying if they fix the original issue

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Yeah it will be if it sorts it
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Old 17th July 2017, 07:47
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Fixed mudguards are normally far more robust. The only thing you will have to contend with is, as they don't turn with the wheels, if you happen to be unlucky to be out in the rain each right hand bend will soak the driver with spray and each left hand bend the passsenger. But that's all part of the fun...

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Fixed mudguards are normally far more robust. The only thing you will have to contend with is, as they don't turn with the wheels, if you happen to be unlucky to be out in the rain each right hand bend will soak the driver with spray and each left hand bend the passsenger. But that's all part of the fun...

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Yeah, If I'm caught in the rain that's the least of my worries

Almost finished them now - haven't driven it yet but they seem much more sturdy to me.
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New arch supporst done now and fitted - drove it home and they seemed to be much better than before - alot less vibration and movement. - only time and more driving will see how they hold up.
1 arches 5w by paul ward, on Flickr
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Looks great, hope they work out well for you!
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