I'm Interested in the Gas Strut system that these can enable - i.e. from the description they can support a full sized spare and make it easy one handed opening, which is a huge plus if you mount a spare on the hood.
I was wondering if there were any issues with them i.e. hole mounts and general Fit for the NAS 90 (1995)
compared to other sets these are really expensive but offer the gas strut mounting so bring a benefit to the table so to speak.
here is the translation..
Recruitment | fender
The classics - reinvented
Not just pure optics: The aluminum checker plate planking for the fenders are primarily stability. Who wants to come to his roof rack over the hood, should not only have his Defender this rutschhemenden plates mounted sake on the fenders.
And that's new:
1.) Our wing panels have shots for two gas springs. With their help, the hood can then be easily opened with mounted spare wheel. The included in the appropriate kit gas pressure springs are factory adjusted so that the hood (at 285er tires on steel rims) after a few centimeters opens by itself and remain open even in stronger winds.
2.) The perfect complement is our practical storage box. Caused by the use of the existing cut-out in the fender eg Space for a jump start socket or for the main switch of the winch.
Note: Of course, these GMB wing panels prerequisite for the installation of Gasdruckfederkit.