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post #1 of 10 Old 12-26-2016, 07:49 AM Thread Starter
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Wheel well covers

Does anyone know about pre-made wheel well covers for the Promaster? Like plastic shrouds that simply
cover the wheel wells.
Seems somewhere I saw an image of the wells and they were covered by a plastic black cover.

Forgot to mention that I'd stick the dynomat on the wells before placing the covers over and any room between fill with insulation.

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post #2 of 10 Old 12-26-2016, 07:58 AM
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Easy enough, and better, to just make up a box with an open bottom and back covered with your choice of materials. Then it becomes a rectaliniar space with several options rather than just a pretty but useless space filling cover.

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Yep. You particularly want a flat top.
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I had a flat top back in the 50's

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Flat tops were flattering.
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Over $200 shipped from Germany.

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Those fail the flat-top requirement.

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As others have said I would just make a box and fill it with cheap spray foam. Done.

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I believe those are for the exterior of the vehicle.
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I believe those are for the exterior of the vehicle.
Those are used in the cargo area.


These are the ones that go between the tire and wheel well.
https://www.lokari.de/epages/6271628.../IKF-197-L-R-X


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