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    Various OEM front end parts

    Hi all,

    Im looking for the following OEM parts for a facelift 96 TT

    AC Fans,
    Power steering cooling pipes,
    Traction Control ECU,
    Battery tray,
    All lower Rad pipwork,
    Intercooler pipework up to throttle body,
    Inner Wheel arches left and right,
    Inner wheel arch front pieces left and right,
    Coolant bottle,
    Windscreen washer bottle,
    Front bumper with metal strip that goes under rubber on top.

    Im sure Ill add to this list as I go on rebuilding after a front end accident (Long story), nevertheless, Im rebuilding. Im already scouring the net and speaking ot Keron, Whifbitz, SRD and so on. Please let me know what youve got stored away in the shed or wherever. Ill be hugely grateful.

    Thanks all,

    Gaz
    1996 Black TT6 on BBS RS

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    Sorry to hear about your accident.

    Pretty sure I have a battery tray, and arch liners that you can have (don't have the bottom sections though) for the cost of the postage. I'll rummage in the garage at the weekend to find them and any other bits you may need.

    For the power steering cooler and lines id just go for the SRD cooler kit they do, peace of mind that it's new then.
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    You sir, are a legend. You have a deal.
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    I think I have the power steering cooler pipes, the (stock) intercooler pipework and the washer bottle available Gaz.

    I'll need to confirm that and get back to you with a shipping cost though, if you can hang in there for a day or so?

    I'd also have a front crash bar if that was of any use to you?
    As a race we are fundamentally insane, which kinda lets me off the hook for my recent activities......

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    Ah hero! Yeah I can hang on. The cars off the road for some time whilst I do other bits. Just securing parts as quick as I can.

    Yes I'll have the front crash bar too please! Forgot about that bit! What shape is it in?
    Thank you very much
    Last edited by Gaz B; 07-12-18 at 18:05.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz B View Post
    Ah hero! Yeah I can hang on. The cars off the road for some time whilst I do other bits. Just securing parts as quick as I can.

    Yes I'll have the front crash bar too please! Forgot about that bit! What shape is it in?
    Thank you very much
    It is fairly straight.

    The car took a glancing knock at some stage and the very end of the bar is damaged a smidge. More a crack in the weld than anything else.

    I did drill a couple of holes in it though, to facilitate the quick-release bumper I had on the car. Consider it lightened, at no extra cost!
    As a race we are fundamentally insane, which kinda lets me off the hook for my recent activities......

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    Well, it won't be anything I can't fix so all good.
    Might as well add it to the stuff!
    Would you mind just sending a PM so I can have a look at it please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz B View Post
    Well, it won't be anything I can't fix so all good.
    Might as well add it to the stuff!
    Would you mind just sending a PM so I can have a look at it please?
    Not at all.

    I'll PM you my number and my email now.

    Get in touch on WhatsApp or by mail when you get the chance and I'll send you pictures of everything (I can find) tomorrow.
    As a race we are fundamentally insane, which kinda lets me off the hook for my recent activities......

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    Could you send me a pic of the traction control ECU, I might have one for you.
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    Yeah will do... But tomorrow! Beer o clock tonight!
    Thanks though SPG. Big fan of that
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    I have some upper wishbones and a lower passenger side too.

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    I've got the windscreen washer bottle somewhere (not the separate part that goes in the engine bay tho)
    Currently undergoing a major overhaul including: Engine rebuild by Littlenum, PHR Street Torque kit with PT 6266 turbo, Custom 3.5" exhaust, Whifbtiz DCT conversion, Syvecs S6+, Brembo Big Brake upgrade, Underbody treatment including powder coated subframes, modified rear arches for new wheels, Full respray in new colour. etc etc etc

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    From the looks of it, the wishbones are still intact with no damage. I shall remember to check when I pull the subframe out for a proper inspection though. Thanks man

    I'll take the washer bottle please Mark if its going. The top piece on mine is intact but im missing the middle bit from tank to filler.
    1996 Black TT6 on BBS RS

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