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Old December 6th, 2013, 10:56 AM
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LR special vehicles flares / wheel arches



Anyone know if these flares are available from Land-Rover or another supplier?
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Google "Land Rover Bigfoot".

http://www.devon4x4.com/index.php?op...2007&Itemid=22
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Big wheels require big wheelarches, and these glassfibre monsters have been custom-made by Land Rover Special Vehicles.
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I saw stuff like that in Iceland but no idea where they got them.
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I saw a post on the LR facebook page that says that they are available from Land-Rover. It looks like they are OEM parts. Anyone have a contact at LR special vehicles parts
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I seriously doubt it. Those trucks were built 7 years ago and just a few were made for Land Rover use only. There are some options in Iceland though for similar ones.
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I saw stuff like that in Iceland but no idea where they got them.
You can get them custom made in Iceland. Its very common since everyone seems to have 44" tires and the tires cannot extend outside of the body.
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