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Old March 26th, 2015, 11:34 AM
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wingtop checkered plate

I bought these to replace my current ones, however they are different sizes and I don't want to put a ton of new holes in the body (and I am a retard and left them in the garage for 6 months instead of returning them). They are new in the box. $120 for them or best offer.
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Old March 26th, 2015, 11:52 AM
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Old March 26th, 2015, 12:09 PM
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What's the round hole for? Rollcage? Doesn't the NAS come in from the side panel though?
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Old March 26th, 2015, 12:11 PM
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What's the round hole for? Rollcage? Doesn't the NAS come in from the side panel though?
Antenna for a RHD vehicle is my guess.
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Old March 26th, 2015, 12:13 PM
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Antenna for a RHD vehicle is my guess.
Ah right, I looked at the pics quickly and thought that photo #1 and photo #2 were of separate sides...but I realize now they are the same side in both pics.
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Old March 26th, 2015, 12:26 PM
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Isn't that the DS plate with the Antenna hole for the arial on the DS of an NAS LHD?

Good deal for someone. They look nice and they even have an extra set of screw holes. My plates only have the two in front and the one in the rear skinny portion. The rest of the field is held down by the intake plate screws.
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Old March 26th, 2015, 12:28 PM
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Isn't that the DS plate with the Antenna hole for the arial on the DS of an NAS LHD?
That does seem correct.

This checkerplate appears to be the type that the wingtop vents sit "on top" of, rather than "inside of"....is that right?
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Old March 26th, 2015, 12:38 PM
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That does seem correct. This checkerplate appears to be the type that the wingtop vents sit "on top" of, rather than "inside of"....is that right?
It matters what vents you use. I like things flush. I had a ram air for the PS, but it had to be mounted on top due to it not being able to fit through the opening. I think the KBX ram air might be narrow enough, but I'm not sure. The stock intake plates (and some of the milled ALU that are made and available from other members here) can fit in the recess of the fender/wing tops and allow the chequer wing plates to mount over them. My snorkel plate on the DS mounts under the wing plates as well.

The chequer plate also has a foam backing that preserves the paint finish and gives you a smidgin of fudge factor for flush mounting your vents. The size of the openings is the issue.
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Isn't that the DS plate with the Antenna hole for the arial on the DS of an NAS LHD?
You are correct and I stand corrected.
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Old March 26th, 2015, 12:51 PM
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It matters what vents you use. I like things flush. I had a ram air for the PS, but it had to be mounted on top due to it not being able to fit through the opening. I think the KBX ram air might be narrow enough, but I'm not sure. The stock intake plates (and some of the milled ALU that are made and available from other members here) can fit in the recess of the fender/wing tops and allow the chequer wing plates to mount over them. My snorkel plate on the DS mounts under the wing plates as well.

The chequer plate also has a foam backing that preserves the paint finish and gives you a smidgin of fudge factor for flush mounting your vents. The size of the openings is the issue.
I was thinking more along the lines (rather than "underneath") if they just sit flush for in/out like this (been thinking of putting a set of checkerplate on the 90 since it takes much more regular "abuse"):
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Old March 26th, 2015, 01:42 PM
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I was thinking more along the lines (rather than "underneath") if they just sit flush for in/out like this (been thinking of putting a set of checkerplate on the 90 since it takes much more regular "abuse"):
Although that does look nice, that plate has the wider opening for the intakes. You can always tell if you look for the screw holes around the opening in the chequer plate. Screw holes = under or above. No holes = in-line/flush. Also, another difference is look at how narrow the plate is on either side of the intake opening in the pics you posted.
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Old March 26th, 2015, 01:58 PM
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The hole is for the antenna, the other one was still in the box when I took the picture and doesn't have an antenna hole obviously. they have 5 screw holes per side, however they only came with 3 screws and nuts ( 6 total, don't ask me why there aren't 10, that's how they came). the ones I has replacing had 3 screw holes and are slightly wider and none of the holes line up, which I didn't catch it till I went to put them on this past weekend. I didn't feel like putting 10 new holes in my wings... hence my selling of the item.
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Tull available let me know thanks Ed
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Sold and shipped. Thanks for the interest
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