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Following up on eriknetherlands point, are there part #'s for those inner turn signal seals? Realoem.com doesn't seem to list them as a separate item which is strange
Thank you very much, error has been corrected!Mistake on door rear edge seal #13, the part number starts with 51 not 52
Markos will need to add this one to post #7 by adding those two lines as I’m not sure I have the skills to do it. It is another one of the NLA rubber bits.I have two to add, at the base of the rear quarter glass there is a channel seal and fits into the body/door opening area 51 36 7 740 107 L 51 36 7 740 108 R will provide a photo shortly
Markos will need to add this one to post #7 by adding those two lines as I’m not sure I have the skills to do it. It is another one of the NLA rubber bits.
Those numbers are in the Orange book.
My first order is in from W-N, I can send pictures of the seals missing them or add them here if wanted. I am trying to get every bit of rubber for the car I am working on.
No hair splitting! These are the essential parameters that seperate the men from the insane. I'm clearly on the insane side: when you wrote that they existed, they needed to be found. So....Thanks @eriknetherlands! I need to clean this up a bit. I’ll add the inner seals. Also the screws on the blinkers have little rubber donuts. So do the t-bolt nuts for the belt-line, but maybe I’m splitting hairs at this point.
Only the original poster or a Moderator can edit to add comments to a post. We need to keep the FAQ section as simple as we can.Currently the format of this table is:
Description Image Qty Part # Left/Right Book Status
What do you all think of adding a comments column so that anyone that researched an item can comment - possibly cheaper generic stuff, link to buy etc.