jt1986 wrote:I printed the sheet out and took it in too them and that was the reason it was cheapish. saves them time having to draw it from scratch so maybe try faxing/emailing the file if u haven't already.
.exact price for 'glxr' plates were -front plate 4mm mild steel $111 +gst
______________________________-diff plate 4mm mild steel $107 +gst
_______________________________total__________________$218 +gst (239.80inc)
the company is " allard engineering services" unit 1, 4 dickens place Armadale WA 6112... ph 9497 2557
and as for plate fitment they were pretty good. they did fit but the slots for the bolts on the rear of the front plate were a bit snug on the bolts so I did give them a quick lick with a grinder just for a nicer finish. didn't realy need to but I could so I did.
yea painted them with a paint call "stone guard" cames in black or grey aresol cans cost me $15 each from auto one.
if u want anymore info feel free to pm me
Buzzy wrote:By popular demand here is the drg I did of my bash plates
I stuffed around for ages to try and make the pic bigger/clearer but stuffed if I could work out how
If you want it click here Bash Plate Drg
Thx to Trent (Austblue) for letting me measure up yours
Ah yeh as an arse covering exercise I accept no responsibility if someone makes a set up of these drgs and they dont fit.
It was a real nightmare getting the pressing exactly right and if its not it will make it hard to fit. Thats why some people have had trouble fitting their aftermarket ones up.
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