STAGE 75

 Return to the BUILD


“Your model is characterised by its attention to detail, with a wide range of colours, materials and finishes – even for the hidden details.”

These steps will be identical to the ones we just did to install the Front Left Mudguard Lining in the previous stage.

Contents


Parts

Build


The Front Right Mudguard Lining

NOTE: The Mesh included with this stage will not be installed until the next stage, but you might want to keep the two Mesh parts separated:

Step 1

Retrieve your Body assembly from the previous stage and gently place it upside down on a soft surface. Then, retrieve your Front Right Side Panel from Stage 54 and slide it down behind the front right suspension components, fitting it on the matching posts as shown.

As you fit this Side Panel, make sure the right Door Motor switch wiring routes through the same gap as the left side and align the eyelets of the left Lower Control Arm in the matching bracket Hinges, as shown:

Secure this Front Right Side Panel in place with two (2) Type A screws.

This is your friendly reminder to try using 3-in-One Oil on the threads of all screws going into metal parts:

Step 2

Secure the Lower Control Arm to the Hinges with two (2) Type O screws from the outer sides – one for each as shown:

Step 3

Fit the Front Right Mudguard Lining to the rear of the right front wheel opening and secure it into place with Type H and Type P screws.

There are three mounting points for this Mudguard Lining and it will require a bit of flexing to get them all in the right spots:

As before, pop the bottom rounded tab over this post of the Wheel Arch and secure it with one (1) Type H screw:

Next, secure the outer rounded tab to this matching post of the Wheel Arch with one (1) more Type H screw:

Then, secure the inner rounded tab to this matching post of the Side Panel with one (1) Type P screw:

Thoughts


Another tricky Mudguard Lining to install, but now the front right suspension is finished!

Next Up


 Stage 76 – Front Mudguard Mesh Frames

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.