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Rear back box heat shield and foot rest

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Rear back box heat shield and foot rest

Postby Mazda Mender » Thu Sep 05, 2013 10:16 pm

Who has checked their rear back box heat shield on the Roadster? If not then go and check them, they are made of paper and rot like a good un to dust.

Well Vlad has made some alloy ones which are a direct fit after removing the OE one, it will not rust/rot and is lighter.

Mine was not in bad nick as i painted it nearly 14 years ago now when I imported her :handgestures-thumbup: but Vlads is just too nice not to fit it would be a crime.

The Mazda OE one.

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Vlads...

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and fitted...


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Also his very high quality and very well made S/steel foot rest....

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Re: Rear back box heat shield and rest peddal

Postby paggers » Fri Sep 06, 2013 8:14 am

Which model does the back box shield fit? And if it's the Mk2 do you have any indication on price?
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