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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 3:19 pm 
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Does anybody sell these ?

The one that goes behind the lens is readily available.
But not this one, which is located betwwen the body and fitting.

Or should I just make my own ?


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Go on, make them yourself Mahesh. You know you want to.

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Sorry to. Hijack but where do I get captive screw fixings for the sidelight /indicator

Thanks Dave


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Sorry to. Hijack but where did I get captive screw fixings for the sidelight /indicator

Thanks Dave
They are the originals, but I believe they are readily available, also swapped a 730d bootlid last year and found the same type in there.

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Sorry to. Hijack but where do I get captive screw fixings for the sidelight /indicator

Thanks Dave
Bresco, Fitchetts, Rimmers (roughly in that order) original Triumph part number is 90/79075.

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Sorry to. Hijack but where do I get captive screw fixings for the sidelight /indicator

Thanks Dave
Bresco, Fitchetts, Rimmers (roughly in that order) original Triumph part number is 90/79075.

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Looked on Bresco but couldn't find the clips

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Try this

https://www.bresco.com/acatalog/Snap-In ... ubber.html

in the middle near the bottom.

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Not the best of jobs, but it will do for now,


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Try this

https://www.bresco.com/acatalog/Snap-In ... ubber.html

in the middle near the bottom.
thanks missed that

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Just looked on Rimmers site they sell the gasket,

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Not the best of jobs, but it will do for now,
Mahesh

Just looked on Rimmers site they sell the gasket,

Dave
I've found the one between lens and fitting, but not the one that goes behind the light fitting to the body, can you post a link, I'm curious to see where on the site.

If it's a sponge one, my xps laminate flooring backing polystyrene gasket is probably superior, and watertight :)

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Not the best of jobs, but it will do for now,
Mahesh

Just looked on Rimmers site they sell the gasket,

Dave
I've found the one between lens and fitting, but not the one that goes behind the light fitting to the body, can you post a link, I'm curious to see where on the site.

If it's a sponge one, my xps laminate flooring backing polystyrene gasket is probably superior, and watertight :)
Mahesh

I've got a spare light fitting with the rubber gasket,but the gasket has a split in it but apart from that will clean up to

Dave


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Mahesh

I've got a spare light fitting with the rubber gasket,but the gasket has a split in it but apart from that will clean up to

Dave

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Many thanks Dave, but I have since found my earlier lights, i now need a rubber boot for the back.

I know they are wrong for a later car, but do prefer the look.

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