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Hi guys,

Here's a newbie question: I am looking at buying a 1995 300tdi 110 Defender. I did a quick lookaround and when I lifted the front passenger floor carpet, I saw that a plate has been screwed/bolted as if it stands on top of the real floor. Is this supposed to be there or is it there to maybe hide rust? I unfortunately do not have pictures to share. Just wondeting if this is normal OEM or aftermarket.

Many thanks,

Andre (Montréal, Canada)

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The floor plates are a separate item and they do bolt / screw down around the edges. So these are probably the originals. However you should be able to see for yourself by looking underneath. If they are covering up another plate then you should see it.

However as I said, they will probably be the normal floor plates. See the parts diagram here:

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Hi guys,

Here's a newbie question: I am looking at buying a 1995 300tdi 110 Defender. I did a quick lookaround and when I lifted the front passenger floor carpet, I saw that a plate has been screwed/bolted as if it stands on top of the real floor. Is this supposed to be there or is it there to maybe hide rust? I unfortunately do not have pictures to share. Just wondeting if this is normal OEM or aftermarket.

Many thanks,

Andre (Montréal, Canada)

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