wheel arches

  1. McFlude

    Wheelarch tank

    I am just about to order a 24 litre wheelarch tank but thought that I would ask if anyone else has fitted one to see if there are any snags that I haven't considered before I press the button. The bit that rests on the floor is 180 mm and it looks like it could be quite a tight fit between the...
  2. D

    Replacement Wheel Arch Rubber Seal

    Hi There, Please could somebody help point me in the right direction as to where I can source a new rubber seal for the drivers front wheel arch? It's the rubber at the bottom of the wheel arch nearest to the door. Mines starting to pop out from the bottom. Thanks in advance. Dom
  3. K

    Sound-deadening internally under wheel-arch plastic protector.

    Hello all, has anybody tried fitting a set of wheel arch protectors of a wheel arch that has had Silent coat / Deadmat 2mm applied? Thinking it might good to sound deaden the arch but I don't want a carpet covering.. many thanks.
  4. W

    Front nearside wheel not central to arch.

    I have bought a T6 van and noticed that the nearside front wheel has a bigger gap at the front than at the rear inside the arch. Front gap is around 10cm's and the rear gap is around 6.5cm's On the Drivers side, Front gap is around 8.5cm's and rear gap around 8.5cm's. I wanted to ask what...
  5. Garny999

    Has anyone got pics of a battered wheel arch?

    Hi all, just wondering if anyone has any pics of their wheel arches that have been squashed down to accommodate their Cali seat. At the moment I can lift the bum seat to slide back but would prefer to do this without lifting. Any help as always is appreciated.
  6. R

    Removing wheel arch jack holder

    Hi guys I want to remove the jack holder before carpeting. I don't have a grinder can I just drill out the 3 spot welds?
  7. jason robinsonuk

    Stance+ Ultra - arch-liners bumping

    Fitted Stance + Ultra. I am very happy with the ride and handling but the road noise seems much louder?. I am running 20" with 275/45/20 tyres and still have 50mm freed left on the strut but am still rubbing on bumps. I don't want to left the van any higher as am very happy with the look. Any...
  8. M

    Wheel-Arch Carpeting

    Hi guys, it's my first time carpeting the inside of a van. My local van conversion specialist advised that I shouldn't bother sound deadening my wheel arches and just carpet them instead, is this sound advice? Surely the clips and joints would be visable through the carpet if I dont. Please advise.
  9. RattyMcClelland

    Wheel-Arch access panels for lights

    In the n/s arch lining, the fog light cover hole access thingy magiggy is missing. Can't figure out what's it's called so I can buy a new one. Anyone have a part number?
  10. Shaun Witts

    Wheel-arch - Sound-Deadening internally or externally?

    While fitting wheel spacers (25mm) this weekend, I took the opportunity to also remove the wheel arch liners and stick Silent Coat to the wheel arches for improved sound proofing. After doing so, I then became concerned that I have perhaps introduced a moisture trap to the underside of my van...
  11. A&A

    Sliding Door Scratches The Wheel Arch

    Hello all on t6forum. Recently bought a used t6 Kombi (& love it) with cotrim lining in the back - link below shows on their website (ABS lining bottom right pic) Transporter Kombi Looks great but when opening side sliding door the small (hard plastic) pocket on the left scratches the wheel...
  12. David Robinson

    Carpet Lining Kit from MVM - arches??

    Hi, My lining carpet has arrived from Mega Van Mats today, I've read the guide but I can't tell whether it is recommending to do the wheel arches as part of the one piece used for the side, or to do it with a separate piece. Any suggestions?
  13. B

    Wheel-Arch: Internal Boxing-Off

    Hey, does anyone know where you can buy the interior wheel arch boxes for a T6 Kombi with twin sliding doors? Vanstlye do them but only for single sliders and there isn't enough room in between the cover and the wheel arch to apply silent coat and foam. Ideally what I want to do is rip the...