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A couple of weeks ago, my driver's side front fender liner came loose (probably failed/aged attachment pins). So I went to Mr. T and got a quote of over $125 for the single liner. Thinking that this price was way out of line, I did some research and came up with A PAIR of liners for our Spiders for less than $50 with free shipping from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01KGKAGWK?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details

Visual inspection of the old and new liner showed them to be damn nearly identical. The only difference I could find was that the original liner was somewhat more rigid/thicker. Put the Amazon liner on and now I am a happy man!
 

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A couple of weeks ago, my driver's side front fender liner came loose (probably failed/aged attachment pins). So I went to Mr. T and got a quote of over $125 for the single liner. Thinking that this price was way out of line, I did some research and came up with A PAIR of liners for our Spiders for less than $50 with free shipping from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01KGKAGWK?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details

Visual inspection of the old and new liner showed them to be damn nearly identical. The only difference I could find was that the original liner was somewhat more rigid/thicker. Put the Amazon liner on and now I am a happy man!
I bought both fronts from ebay for like 45$. I would like to replace one of my rears but I haven't seen them for sale as cheap though.
 

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I figure these are wear items to be replaced approximately every 2 years anyway. Haven't seen any problems with availability... yet.

Been thinking about buying half a dozen of each front liner, just in case. The rears haven't gotten any holes in them, so not worried about it.
 
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