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Old 04-12-2012, 05:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My car is at the painter, it is titled, licensed and insured. I can't wait to finish it and take a legal drive some time early next month but I really don't want a bunch of rock chips right away. I really liked the look of Alex's leather spats but they seem to be gone from his website. Anyone know where I can get a set of leather or vinyl spats? The clear ones would be okay and aluminum as a last resort but I think the leather would look the best with my paint combo.
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I'll be putting on the carbon fiber ones from Factory Five. They seem pretty hefty and should prevent rock chips, or at least minimize them.
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To me that depends on your overall car scheme. Is yours close to original style? If so, I love the leather. If it's a more modern style, I'd probably not go leather but choose one of the more modern spats.
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To me that depends on your overall car scheme. Is yours close to original style? If so, I love the leather. If it's a more modern style, I'd probably not go leather but choose one of the more modern spats.
Mine is close but not built for originality. I just like the look of the leather but I can't seem to find them.
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I have 6000 miles on my car, dont have a single chip in that area.
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I was told that the paint needs to breath for at least 90 days before putting on vinyl spats. Nice Guy Eddie has the pattern for vinyl spats that I used to make several sets. I would put them on before a drive and take them off at night. Didn't look bad and worked great.
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Hodger, I had a local sign shop that installs clear bras at car dealers put down two spats made of Venture Shield material. I down loaded the template from Good Guy Eddies library, cut it out and fit it to the car. The sign shop guy used that to hand cut his material. He charged me $100... he said 50 a fender his going rate. I had him also cut some strips ~1' wide x ~6" and put them on the leading edge of the wheel opening behind all 4 tires.

I have those Billboards that throw stones like a Wheelabrator and the Venture Shield seems to work.

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This weekend the dash comes off and the seats come out and I start to put down the leather and carpeting.

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Can someone give me the link to Good Guy Eddies web site?
I don't know about a web site, but I think there is a link to it in his signature.
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If your cobra doesn't have any chips in that area, it is just a matter of time. You either have crappy tires (hard), slow driving habits, or some how only drive on gravel free roads.

I would also like a source for black vinyl or leather spats. Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?
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Old 04-12-2012, 04:09 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Here you go, Dropzone:

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I would also like a source for black vinyl or leather spats. Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?
x 2. Or is it 3 now?
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I do vinyl ones, but not an advertiser so I can't give you the link.....
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How are the vinyl or leather spats held on?
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How are the vinyl or leather spats held on?
Vinyl has an adhesive backing. Leather... dunno.
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Just received notice that my vinyl spats have been shipped. It's been a productive day!
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How are the vinyl or leather spats held on?
The leather ones I've seen wrap inside the wheel well and then clip under tension to a snap stud (lift the dot) made for the top or tonneau cover. Like this one:

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This post made me do some looking, some cool leather / pleather ones on there, but didn't find anyone selling them. I really like the look of the tall ones that come up over the side of the body just behind the door closure.

http://www.clubcobra.com/photopost/d...ium/Spat_2.jpg

As for how they attach, what I have seen a lot of guys do a long velcro strip under the wheel well, and then a snap or lift a dot under the body on the front edge and another up top.



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Old 04-13-2012, 03:07 AM   #20 (permalink)
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Made mine from black vinyl, top and bottom attach with a small bungee cord and taped to inner fender behind Alexs inner fenders. Vinyl is cheap, I had maybe 20 bucks in material even after a few redos. Protects good with my billboards.
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I'm not sure how well leather of vinyl would hold up to rocks. They are inevitable. So I opted for FF carbon fiber ones. Measured a gajillion times, trimmed a few times and finally stuck them on. Turned out great.And they are tough.

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I'm not sure how well leather of vinyl would hold up to rocks. They are inevitable. So I opted for FF carbon fiber ones. Measured a gajillion times, trimmed a few times and finally stuck them on. Turned out great.And they are tough.

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That's probably what I will end up with. I just really liked the look of the tall leather ones the Alex used to offer.
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Here is a pic of Greg M's home made ones on his build sight.

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Build site is down for maint this AM.....

Why not cover the carbon ones with leather or vinyl if you prefer that look? Attach them the way I did, with velcro strips....

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Why not cover the carbon ones with leather or vinyl if you prefer that look? Attach them the way I did, with velcro strips....

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Not a bad Idea, I think I'll try that.
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I made my own spats from the unused dash covering that was supplied with my MK3. First I made a cardboard template of the area that I wanted to cover, once I was happy with the design I traced it on the foam back side of the dash material. I then enlarged the whole pattern by 1 1/2 inches and cut it out. Then carefully remove the foam backing from the
1 1/2" border, fold over the top and inside edge of the stripped vinyl and glue it to the backside of the foam. Use a good two sided tape and put the spat in place, then using 2 sided tape fold the outside stripped vinyl around the lip of the fender and stick it in place. The beauty of this is that they are easily removed for car shows or a good cleaning. Mine have been in place for 3 years, every once in a while I have to touch up the tape but my fender flares are like new.
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