Body & Exhaust 17 Products

Badges & Emblems

Your car’s badge is a symbol of the manufacturer’s pride in their work. Whether you’re replacing your car badge, upgrading it or even customising your own, our wide choice of designs will see you right.

Every car comes embellished with the manufacturer’s badge as a seal of approval, taking place front and centre on the bonnet. However, these badges can be damaged, spoiling the aesthetic of the car. Older makes and models in particular are often fitted with metal badges or ornaments that can tarnish and work themselves loose over time and are, unfortunately, often a target for thieves. Even newer plastic badges can be easily faded by the elements or scuffed by road debris.

Girlles

Primarily used to allow cool air into the vehicle, grilles can also define the style of your car. Whether your damaged grilles need replacing or you’re customising your car’s look, our range of quality car grilles covers all makes and models.Almost all vehicles feature grilles at the front that simultaneously cool and protect the radiator and engine. As unimportant as they may seem, any damaged or missing car grilles should be replaced immediately. Over the years, car grilles have quickly become as much a style statement as they are an integral part of your car’s cooling systems. From classics like Jaguar’s iconic cross-hatch design to Audi’s contemporary ‘single-frame’ style, makes and models of cars can often be identified by their distinctive grille design.Almost all vehicles feature grilles at the front that simultaneously cool and protect the radiator and engine. As unimportant as they may seem, any damaged or missing car grilles should be replaced immediately. Over the years, car grilles have quickly become as much a style statement as they are an integral part of your car’s cooling systems. From classics like Jaguar’s iconic cross-hatch design to Audi’s contemporary ‘single-frame’ style, makes and models of cars can often be identified by their distinctive grille design.

Wheel Caps

While wheel caps aren’t commonly seen on newer vehicles, they are still an essential factor in the aesthetic of many older cars. Our range includes quality replacement wheel caps to keep any car looking stylish.Wheel or hub caps are designed to fit over the locking nuts at the centre of the wheel in order to provide an aesthetic that's in keeping with the style of the car. Made of lightweight metals and/or durable plastics, many wheel hubs are highly decorative and can come in a wide variety of finishes and colours. It’s common for wheel hubs to bear the manufacturer’s marque, which is particularly important to classic car owners. Aside from looks, wheel hubs can also be useful for providing some protection for your wheels against the elements and the debris of the road.

Window Regulators & Winders

Replacement window regulators or winders are often required when components wear out due to use, or get broken in an accident. Luckily, our range of window regulators and winders has you covered, and includes models for all types of car.In the 1960s, window regulators were operated manually by a hand crank. It was during this decade that the power window regulator was invented and it rapidly gained popularity. Using the same basic design as the manual regulator, a small electric motor was attached instead of using the crank mechanism. If your window is not moving, there may be a number of reasons for the problem. It may be that the electric motor itself is the issue, or it may be a fault with the scissor-pulley system attached. Window regulators and winders are important for the safety of you and your vehicle. Many older vehicles do not have air conditioning, so it is important that you - or anyone you are travelling with - do not overheat in hot weather. It is also important to replace your regulator if the window is stuck open to prevent the theft of your vehicle or possessions left unsupervised inside.

Lambda Sensors

The lambda sensor is a vital component that monitors the conversion of gases from high to low toxicity by the catalytic converter. The issues attributed to a faulty sensor come at a hefty price, so it's better to act quickly if yours isn't working.The Lambda sensor is located in your car’s exhaust system, upstream of the catalytic converter. Most modern vehicles also have a second Lambda sensor located downstream of the catalytic converter; this is designed to provide an extra layer of safety by analysing its performance. As well as its importance in regulating the emission of harmful gasses into the environment, the Lambda sensor is key to the smooth running of your car’s catalytic converter. A faulty Lambda (or oxygen) sensor could seriously damage the catalytic converter, resulting in some very expensive repair work. This essential piece of equipment therefore needs to be checked regularly and replaced if it is not working properly.

Wipers

Over time your car windscreen wiper blades will show signs of wear and tear. When this happens, you might notice smears across the windscreen when you wipe away the rain, sleet, snow or dirt off the road that gets thrown up by other road users. So it is important to change your car wiper blades regularly.

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