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Old 17th July 2017, 16:05   #31
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Default Re: Damaged Apron - Repair vs Replacement

A pic of the repair carried out in the cracked LH side apron of my WagonR

Since the repair i have driven my car by another 1500 kms with no apparent problems.

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Default Re: Damaged Apron - Repair vs Replacement

Originally Posted by dhanushs View Post
Usually repair/replacement of Apron ends up in alignment issues, which is very very difficult to correct and hence tyre wear.

Even if its just a hairline crack, I would suggest to check and correct alignment after the work is done.
I have been asked to change the cross member as the cross member is bent. Is replacing it very difficult and will it affect the apron?
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