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Old September 13th, 2016, 09:08 AM
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'89 Ninety Brake Dust Shields

Having trouble finding front brake dust shields for my '89 RHD ROW Ninety. Anyone have a set or know where to buy?
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Old September 13th, 2016, 09:55 AM
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Allbrit.de - Ersatzteile für LAND ROVER & MG ROVER
FRC6402 and 3

Look to be available at all normal vendors.

IMO, though, you should not use them. They trap rocks and mud and lead to premature brake wear and noise.
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Old September 13th, 2016, 10:13 AM
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Allbrit.de - Ersatzteile für LAND ROVER & MG ROVER
FRC6402 and 3

Look to be available at all normal vendors.

IMO, though, you should not use them. They trap rocks and mud and lead to premature brake wear and noise.
So I thought they were readily available as well but apparently a difference from the ROWs & NAS? I purchased a set from Trevor at rovahfarm...the overall shape is correct but center side clips are different configuration.

I've heard several different opinions on the need for them...maybe I'll just go w/o & save $60
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Old September 13th, 2016, 10:24 AM
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Got a set some where, I always pull them rock catchers off.
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Old September 13th, 2016, 10:26 AM
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Allbrit.de - Ersatzteile für LAND ROVER & MG ROVER FRC6402 and 3 Look to be available at all normal vendors. IMO, though, you should not use them. They trap rocks and mud and lead to premature brake wear and noise.
I removed mine due to gravel getting trapped. It can make a hell of a noise. I don't really know why they are used.
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Old September 13th, 2016, 10:39 AM
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So I thought they were readily available as well but apparently a difference from the ROWs & NAS? I purchased a set from Trevor at rovahfarm...the overall shape is correct but center side clips are different configuration.

I've heard several different opinions on the need for them...maybe I'll just go w/o & save $60
There are different ones through the years. The part numbers above should be correct. What part number did you order? The later ones are FTC4838 and 9.
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There are different ones through the years. The part numbers above should be correct. What part number did you order? The later ones are FTC4838 and 9.
Yep, 4838 & 9 are what I ordered as the shape matched...I did not notice that the tab that connects to the swivel ball housing was different. The others listed were of total different shape...I presumed they were for ABS style brakes. No matter, I think you have convinced me to go w/o.
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