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Right door shedder back in stock today

Right door shedder back in stock today at Rimmers. Have been out of stock for a very long time.
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3 months too late! I had both my doors apart to sort out the window alignment and various rattles and bought a passenger side shedder. From that I made a template and used the plastic sheet attached to the shedder for the drivers side.
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I've always made them up from a piece of thick polythene sheet, the type you get free with a new mattress and I stick them to the door with silicon bath seal.
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I've always made them up from a piece of thick polythene sheet, the type you get free with a new mattress and I stick them to the door with silicon bath seal.
As I did - keeping a template for future use!
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Umm sorry to sound daft, but if we are talking about the plastic inner bit behind the door card, how can there be a left and right? are they not the same as its just a sheet of plastic and you put the sticky on the other side? sorry just being practical.
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Umm sorry to sound daft, but if we are talking about the plastic inner bit behind the door card, how can there be a left and right? are they not the same as its just a sheet of plastic and you put the sticky on the other side? sorry just being practical.
They come with sticky already on so that's why they are handed.
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