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Hi there ! :)

It's a shame, I just scratched the right rear wheel fender of my Kona. (see the picture attached)
Luckily, only the plastic parts are damaged.

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I'm not that good with this (actually, I don't know anything about that!).
According to what you see, what parts will need to be replaced?
Does anyone know what those parts are called?

I don't have that much great results when I Google it.

Also, any chance it can be repaired?

Thanks a lot in advance if you take some time to help me! :)

Warm regards,

Roxanne
 

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I had the big piece replaced for about $90 for the ultimate. The smaller piece should be cheaper. Goto a parts dept at your local dealer. they can order them for you.


If you have the lower trim model it be be cheaper.


The smaller piece on the door you'll need to ask your dealer to look it up.
 

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Hello folks was kinda wondering how to remove the lower black trim on the doors for rust prevention & cleaning, does anybody go this far,, I think these areas would be a good place to trap salt & sand
 

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Hi Behop, thanks a lot for your answer, this is really helpful !
What year model and trim do you have? If that is the right side (passenger) and the trim is dark gray, the fender piece is:

Wheel Opening Molding - Hyundai (87742-J9500-PGY)

And the door piece is:


Rear Molding - Hyundai (87782-J9500-PGY)

These can be ordered online from any dealer that shows up under the search "Hyundai OEM parts" to (usually) save money from buying over the counter at the dealer. The pieces really cannot be effectively repaired and, to be honest, the labor cost to repair would exceed the cost of the parts.

Hope this helps,

Jim
 

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18+ kona preferred. . Fair bit of trim along the bottom of the doors, around the wheel wells, it just has 14k on it
 

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18+ kona preferred. . Fair bit of trim along the bottom of the doors, around the wheel wells, it just has 14k on it
hmm. I will see what I can find on that one, but in my part of the world (central Texas) salt on the roads is not an issue. I presume you mean the trim just below the doors in the lower rail? I haven't seen a Kona with lower edge trim on the door itself?
 

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18+ kona preferred. . Fair bit of trim along the bottom of the doors, around the wheel wells, it just has 14k on it

Do it in late spring summer when multi rainfalls and many miles in the rain has flushed the salt away. I sprayed Fluid Film all over my under carriage and suspension. The road sand and dust grabbed onto the FF and made a dirt layer that hold the FF onto the part and doesnt wash it away. 2.5 years of Minneapolis salt, I don't see any rust other then here or there where I missed on bolts or suspension bushings. I did not use this kit, I used just the spray cans.

 

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Wow. If you are referring to the rocker molding, it appears to be attached with 20 screws! While not the best attachment for rust prevention, it certainly isn't going anywhere!

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You think they would of had a better way to attach that. Man minutes for assembly must be high for a simpleton part.
 

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Thanks for the info folks..& what do you guys use for ceramic coating that I can buy on the east maritimes.. amazon has all kinds.. have been on pan the organizer out of Quebec canada..
 

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Thanks for your help everyone!

I have an appointment my my local dealer tomorrow so they can evaluate what needs to be done and at what cost.
I'll update the info here in case someone else needs it later!
 

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Hi there ! :)

It's a shame, I just scratched the right rear wheel fender of my Kona. (see the picture attached)
Luckily, only the plastic parts are damaged.

View attachment 5044

I'm not that good with this (actually, I don't know anything about that!).
According to what you see, what parts will need to be replaced?
Does anyone know what those parts are called?

I don't have that much great results when I Google it.

Also, any chance it can be repaired?

Thanks a lot in advance if you take some time to help me! :)

Warm regards,

Roxanne
I did the SAME thing.....not as bad I don’t think
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Hi there ! :)

It's a shame, I just scratched the right rear wheel fender of my Kona. (see the picture attached)
Luckily, only the plastic parts are damaged.

View attachment 5044

I'm not that good with this (actually, I don't know anything about that!).
According to what you see, what parts will need to be replaced?
Does anyone know what those parts are called?

I don't have that much great results when I Google it.

Also, any chance it can be repaired?

Thanks a lot in advance if you take some time to help me! :)

Warm regards,

Roxanne
Hi there ! :)

It's a shame, I just scratched the right rear wheel fender of my Kona. (see the picture attached)
Luckily, only the plastic parts are damaged.

View attachment 5044

I'm not that good with this (actually, I don't know anything about that!).
According to what you see, what parts will need to be replaced?
Does anyone know what those parts are called?

I don't have that much great results when I Google it.

Also, any chance it can be repaired?

Thanks a lot in advance if you take some time to help me! :)

Warm regards,

Roxanne
Try this from Amazon. Decent price. I have not tried yet.
 
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