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ScubaChris

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Set of mirrors
« on: 27, March, 2011 - 13:41:32 »
My latest trawl around for spare parts... Would any of you helpful guys have any of the following items going spare perchance?

* Boot inner container (plastic corrugated inner bit).
* Plastic 'U' retaining clip to stop boot hinges popping out (I have one but need another).
* 2 x plastic 'top hat' grommets to plug the holes at the top of the seat back (above the A frame).
* Front wheel cover (posted in another thread but I'm consolidating everything here).
* Mudflaps.
* Set of mirrors - used ones are fine as long as they have the brackets & bolts.
* 1 x plastic clip which fits into the rear of the frame and allows the control box to be screwed to it.

Pretty please???  :D

Updated on 9th April.

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« Last Edit: 27, April, 2011 - 11:34:20 by ScubaChris »

marra

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Boot clips and  your top hats are OK from me.  :)

ScubaChris

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Top man, Craig ;D

I've dropped you an email.

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Karl

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..there is a complete boot lid (minus the lock) for sale ;
http://c5alive.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=1732.0

Offline coverman

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Hi, for the in-chassis plastic mounting clips, look at Moss Plastics web-site, then order a couple of samples ,like I did!


ScubaChris

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Excellent... That looks close enough!

Thanks guys  ;D

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Offline Retro Andy

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I have lost one of my boot retaining clips  :'( , will need replacing if anyone has a spare one  ;)

Retro Andy.

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Hi there Andy I have a spare boot clip just email me your address ..bye Chas

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Many thanks Chas, will do  :)

Retro Andy.

ScubaChris

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They are called ' Lokut nuts '

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Lokut-nut-snap-in-nut-trim-plastic-10-per-bag-/110656836149?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item19c3a95235

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Land-Rover-Floor-Screw-and-Plastic-Lokut-Nut-Set-/280600460530?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item4155173cf2

Really struggling with this now... I tried ordering a bag of these off ebay (the 1st item, not the Land Rover one), but they are way too small and almost fall inside the hole. I think the holes in the chassis are around 9-10mm whereas the biggest lokut size I can find is around 7mm.
Oh well, have to keep searching!
Anyone know if the Land Rover ones are any bigger?

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Hi I will be posting the bearings to you today + also a set of plastic mounting clips they are smaller than the original but they will be ok..Just try and let me know ...bye Chas

« Last Edit: 02, April, 2011 - 08:13:21 by C5 ENTHUSIAST + RESTORER »

ScubaChris

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That's fantastic Chas.  ;D

If we meet at an event later this year then I owe you a beer...

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Offline Retro Andy

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Hi, Chas I don't think I have got your e-mail address, so please send me a quick message:-
andrew.toop@btinternet.com,
Many thanks.

Retro Andy.