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Fitted these a while back, illuminated tread plates. It's only now that it gets dark enough to show them off better.

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How much they cost? Easy to fit? I know they are a few hundred quid from the dealers.
 

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I have these, they are great.
 

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£230 I think.

Plug and play, just pull the old ones (the hardest part of the job) and plug the connection into the new ones then clip back in place, 10mins tops each side, they even very kindle kept the connector separate when they built the car so I didn't have to look around for it.
 

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Money well spent I may add the boot tread plate finisher lights
 

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Yeah I'm thinking about that.
 

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I am considering the personalised tread plates. £750 is a bit of a vanity project really and strictly personal. The car came fitted with R-Dynamic plates which are quite nice.
 

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J77 said:
Yeah I'm thinking about that.
I have asked dan for a price perhaps a bulk discount ....
 

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J77 said:
Yeah I'm thinking about that.
Illuminated stainless steel boot scuff guard is £305 posted from Dan..
 

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Brilliant thanks

I've got a case open with LR CRC and once resolved they said we will discuss goodwill so I'm going to hold off at the moment.
 

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Good luck with your case, i will probably hold off for now, I mentally set a budget of £200, and plan to stick as close (ish) to it as possible.
 

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You know as well as I do budgets and Land Rovers don't go hand in hand :lol:
 

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J77 said:
£230 I think.

Plug and play, just pull the old ones (the hardest part of the job) and plug the connection into the new ones then clip back in place, 10mins tops each side, they even very kindle kept the connector separate when they built the car so I didn't have to look around for it.
Look awesome
Where did you get these from bud
 
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