Manufactured in the USA, these look great on 2WD or Syncro T3s
These were produced by taking a 3D scan of original arches to produce a form, and then vacuum formed from Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO).
You dont need to worry about that though, all you need to know is that they're strong, but flexible so they'll take a knock or three.
They also fit really well, and if youre looking for a little extra arch to cover your Carlos Fandango wheels, or you want the '16" Syncro' look, these will do the job!
We've offered these up to an original T3 with factory arches, and the fit is as you would expect... perfect.
Will fit fine with steel bumpers, if you have big bumpers and door pods or the full body-kit fitted to some LHD models, you may have some work to do to get them to fit.
The kit contains 7 pieces, the rear arches (one piece), the front arches (2 piece) and an extra piece for next to the fuel filler as Syncro and 2WD are different in this area.
Fitting is surprisingly simple! Instructions are included, but there are some very helpful videos here:
Full spec from the Terrawagon website:
• Made from vacuum formed TPO
• 100% UV protected Dura-Flex(R) 2000 – no chalking.
• Very durable and flexible, can easily take a hit without deforming.
• The kit consists of 5 parts.
– 2 under door sections
– 1 Left hand side lower section
– 1 Right hand section 2WD
– 1 Right hand section Syncro
– 2 rear fender flares
– All mounting hardware included!
As stated, the kit contains 2 moldings for the fuel filler area... 2WD models have the fuel filler on the front offside wheel arch, so there is a molding with a cutout to access the filler, Syncro filler is on the rear, so the molding doesn't have the cutout.
When showing "In Stock" these are in stock ready to ship from the UK. Please don't ask us to price match other companies who don't have stock and who haven't had them for over 18 months. We buy these in large numbers to keep the price low. Obviously there is a cost involved in shipping from the US.
The price is as low as it can be. The only way it will go down any is if the exchange rate improves drastically.