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Repair Sheet mud flap, rear,
for Vespa 125 VNA/VNB/150 VBA
A common fault with a used Vespa is a rusted through floor board. Rust spots in the floor board are not only ugly, but also dangerous and are also objected to by TÜV (MOT). So that you don't necessarily have to call in a bodywork constructor for assistance, we have repair sheet floor boards for you for almost all of the models in our product range with which you can easily repair this. For the Vespa 50-125 PV/ET3 models, we offer a particularly large selection of repair sheet floor boards. Depending on the severity / level of the rusting, you can find the optimal panel with us. If it's a case of a complete restoration including new paintwork, we recommend the use of the floor board including legshield. (part no. PV153480). Here the floor board and the legshield are already attached to one another, saving you a lot of filling and welding in order to achieve an acceptable result before painting. As no horn cover has been pre-mounted onto the legshield, you can also immediately convert to the repair sheet horn covers of the Vespa 50 N models. (part no. 75323500, 75323400). If only the floor board needs to be changed, we offer further variants with various measurements with or without X/K bars. Of course, in addition to the smallframe repair sheet floor boards, our range also includes repair sheets for all standard wide and largeframe models.
Conclusion: Remove the old sheeting, weld in new sheeting, seal, prime and once again it looks as good as new!
SIP TIP: Order new floor runner kit and legshield beading at the same time.
SIP Community user "Die Wurstfrau" (about PV1536):
"Super quality. Now I can get started with restoring my GS."
A newly produced, precisely dimensioned VESPA chassis floorboard replacement panel. Some of his items have tabs included for the cable channel. There are also versions available for VESPA models that have long been out of production. Beautifully finished and made in Italy!
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