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Hi Ben, these are the part numbers.

2K5853856A9B9
2K5853855A9B9
2K5853249U34
2K5853250U34
2K5853493
N91090701
N90974701
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Thanks for the quick reply 👍

I'm thinking of fitting the alltrack front, back, & sides.
Just need to find the part numbers for the rear now.

Did you need to modify much of the front bumper when fitting it?
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Hi Ben, if you want to install it correctly check out forum member Giddy detailed post: https://www.caddy2k.com/forum/viewtopic ... 10&t=43178

You can find all the part numbers here https://www.caddy2k.com/forum/viewtopic ... 8&start=30
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Picked up a new All-Track rear bumper for the van. The cutouts in the bumper for the spoiler look like they were cut out using a hand saw, they are not what you would call neat cuts. In hindsight I could have just used my existing bumper and cut it myself with the same results. It all clicks together perfect but.
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Mine also arrived today and is exactly the same around the edges of the cutouts,


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Its definitely not up to Lister standards.
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I definitely be cleaning them up before paint.


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New set of Hella xenon's for the van with 25W lamps and ballasts.
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Blimey, it's like you're running through my to-do list 😂

Where did you order the headlights themselves? I've seen a few right side units floating around on the Bay, but haven't seen any left sides?
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They’re lovely headlights. Are they a straight fit?

EDIT, just realised yours is a mk4. Thru won’t fit my mk3

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Hi Ben, I got the left one from LLLParts, I got the right hand one from Auto Doc, looks like Auto Doc sold out of the right side now but.


Hi Swan, thanks. Yes straight fit for my van pretty much. Assuming everything goes according to plan :lol:
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More parts for the van, a new set of Edition 30 side mouldings.
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Looking forward to seeing your parts haul installed, going to look so good.


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Lots of goodies. Looks like Santa came early this year for you :)
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Me to Lister, next week I will have everything together and off to the body shop for painting.

Hi Giddy, yes it has. That's what happens when your a good caddy :lol:
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