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PostPosted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 6:28 am 
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Does anyone have a 2000 parts book?


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 8:47 am 
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Is this the listing you remember? https://coh-baines.co.uk/product/triump ... pe-hd7434/
I don’t recall it referencing the 2000 as well....surely we don’t share ‘screens with the big saloons, do we???

I only ever managed to find the one part number for ‘screen seals, had it changed with glass type there’d be a new number...
I think Baines have a cut and paste error on their website, as the 2000 has a separate listing under another part number, maybe this is why they do not include Dolomite in their listing.

https://coh-baines.co.uk/product-catego ... -surround/



I think this is the forum thread I was thinking of with regards to the two different seals:

https://forum.triumphdolomite.co.uk/vie ... al#p304286

The discussion I think lends itself to the conclusion there is only one seal in the end for the front windscreen, and having had time to check my parts books I can only find part no. 904111 listed from the 1300FWD onwards.

I note that Baines list the seals as being made from EPDM, have they changed the material they use I wonder or, did they not previously advertise this fact, as on the thread referenced above sprint95m talks of having thought about commissioning a batch of EPDM front Dolomite seals but changed his mind.


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 11:47 am 
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So we reckon it's ES 44 + PT 11 for the Dolomite then?
How much of the plastic trim is needed, is 3m enough, or do I want 4 or even more?

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So we reckon it's ES 44 + PT 11 for the Dolomite then?
How much of the plastic trim is needed, is 3m enough, or do I want 4 or even more?

Graham
A very rough guesstimate gives me somewhere between 11 and 12 foot so I would say 4m at least.

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