Trivia

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  1. HB Chris

    HB Chris Well-Known Member Site Donor $

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    It has been several years since I last posted a series of trivia questions, is it time for more?

    Who knows the part number for the plastic comb used on the early sardine can window motors that Stan has repopped?
     
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    Thought I had a chance, but my original one has no numbers
     
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    I'm all for trivia but I think you'll need to start with the novice version...
     
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    GEEK ALERT.
    Here you go 51 37 8 745 162 rack
     
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    Oh man Inwas determined to check mine last night to see if there was a part number on the tool. I spaced it. I also don’t recall any visible part numbers...
     
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    It’s not on the tool but in the part book, good work.
     
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    And, Stan's reproduction that I have (and never really needed, as I bought it before realizing the last year and a half of US production did not have the access for it) has no number either!

    Available if anyone needs one!
     
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    The number can only be found in the parts books.
     
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    Glad I didn’t look. My books are in German. :)
     
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    That part carries number 6 in Stan's catalog of counterfeited parts. It is exhibit C in the lawsuit that BMW lawyers opened up against Stan.
    Prosecutors argue interstate commerce fraud (counterfeit shipped by mail) with the aggravation of a red interior.
     
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    a friend needs it,
    sent you a PM
     
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    They will never take me alive ! :cool:
     

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