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1999 Discovery td5! Front right wing replacement!

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    Hi out there!
    Just had a bump (Or my wife did!) on the front passenger side of my TD5. Unfortunately, I need a new bumper and the Lower engine cover, or Skid plate. Refitting those shouldn't be a problem, but I also need to replace the front right wing! Is this an easy job, or does it require welding, which I don't have? Any suggestions, very welcome indeed. Thanks in advance! PS: I've been told it's not that difficult. If they knew me!!!
     
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    goonarmy Beer tester LZIR Despatch Agent

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    Try the disco section
     
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    Front wings are fairly simple to change just undo the bolts along the top under the bonnet and there are a few bolts by the drivers door, you can get to them with a long reach socket with the door open. The hardest bolts to undo are the 2 or 3 on the inside of the wing at the bottom there normally rusted solid. And there is a couple of bolts behind the indicator.
     
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    Hi, thanks so much for that.So pleased there's no welding involved! Appreciate it!
     
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