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I'm looking to put a (replacement) heatshield (mine's missing) on LH side to protect the tyre from exhaust pipe heat.

I think the part is the Radius Arm heatshield C082E4091F on page 45.05A of the parts manual - is this correct?

If it is, I can't see how this should mount to the chassis - so I was hoping someone could share an image of how this thing should?

I have this image showing what appears to be fixing holes - but nothing matches the parts as listed

Any help greatly appreciated

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1 hour ago, drdoom said:

Have you read the thread 3 - 4 topics prior? Looks helpful.

Did try and look throughout TLF - obviously using wrong search words - 'cos missed anything/everything 😞 

Will now promptly disappear down the TLF/YouTube-style rabbit hole a little further towards Earth's core 

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1 hour ago, drdoom said:

Have you read the thread 3 - 4 topics prior? Looks helpful.

Aha !!

Bingo !!

Mea Culpa !

Cheers muchy @drdoom 

Images look fab- but what is this piece in the orginal parts line-up? I only see a rectangular piece which has 3-4 bolts to chassis, but this looks much more like what I need.

May I have some pages missing from the parts manual?

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