Wheel well liner parts

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Wheel well liner parts

Postby salvo620 » Sat Sep 11, 2021 12:09 pm

Hey everyone,

Does anyone know a reasonable website to order parts for their Infiniti G37x? Specifically looking for new wheel well liners. I’m looking for reasonable prices but also good quality parts. I have a 2011 Infiniti G37x and the left liner broke. Thanks!

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Re: Wheel well liner parts

Postby MikeRL411 » Sun Sep 12, 2021 10:42 am

If you have all the pieces [i.e. just a crack] you might consider spin welding. Put an ABS rod in your drill and whack away at the crack line. The rod will heat up, melt the rod and adjacent sheet plastic and weld together. This spin weld technique is used to assemblt jet engine rotors so is not some flakey method.

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Re: Wheel well liner parts

Postby VStar650CL » Sun Sep 12, 2021 4:06 pm

@MikeRL411 is right, that spin-welding technique works well if there's no other way and the existing plastic isn't seriously embrittled. However, for your ride, InfinitiPartsDeal shows the inner wheel well covers are available for all versions of the '11 G37 and are only around $70. List is around $100 and most dealers will charge list-plus, but you can get around that by visiting IPD and entering your VIN. Get the right part number and then print out the part page. Since IPD is a genuine OE source, most dealers will come way down on the price if you show them a printout. They probably won't match IPD, but when you add in the saved shipping charges, they'll probably come pretty close.

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