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  1. #1
    Boydie
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    Part Number Request

    Hey guys, need a part number please. This part pictured below is found at the bottom on the front of the front arch. The one pictured is the drivers side.

    I require the passneger side one as well as the clips holding it on as somewhere down the car life, it has come off (I had to reattach the drivers side one at one point too)

    If you can help, thanks :D


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    The bits you require are listed as spoilers

    8PO 853 887A (NEAR SIDE)

    8PO 853 888A (OFF SIDE)

    The fixings are listed as N 038 549 1 (8mm x 12mm) or
    N 910 912 01 (10mm X 7mm).

    Hope that helps.
    (8P)A3 2.0 TDI Sport-Dolphin Grey-
    1983 (DAC)Talbot Sunbeam Lotus - Weekend Toy.

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    Boydie
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    Cheers scott - now which side is passenger side?

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    near side is passengers side
    (8P)A3 2.0 TDI Sport-Dolphin Grey-
    1983 (DAC)Talbot Sunbeam Lotus - Weekend Toy.

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    near side/off side can best be remembered using your proximity to the ditch as you drive.

    passenger side is nearest ditch - near side.

    The origins of the phrase terms go back to the days of the horse and cart.

    "Near wheel means that to the coachmans left hand; and near horse (in a pair) means that to the left hand of the driver. In a four-in-hand the two horses on the left side of the coachman are the near wheeler and the near leader. Those on the right hand side of the coachman are off horses. This, which seems an anomaly, arose when the driver walked beside his team. The teamster always walks with his right arm nearest the horse, and therefore, in a pair of horses, the horse on the left side is nearer than the one on his right.

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    Boydie
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    Marc this historian! thanks

 

 

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