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post #1 of 6 Old Dec 6th, 2009, 8:16 am Thread Starter
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Trying to locate a few part numbers...

Part number for the rubber bushing (female) that the body screws go into. Used to hold the plastic to the frame? The other similar part is the female side for body screw. A small folded piece of metal that clips to the frame and has a female screw insert. I seem to loose or destroy a few from time to time and needed a few extra to keep available.

SEARCHING LOCATED THIS: Am I searching for the WELLNUT & TINNERMAN NUT?

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46 63 2 347 012 - Wellnut
46 63 2 351 658 - Panel screws 5 X 10mm
46 63 2 325 998 - Panel screws 5 X 12mm
46 63 2 325 999 - Panel screws 5 X 15mm
52 53 2 308 647 - Tinnerman nut

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Re: Trying to locate a few part numbers...

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Part number for the rubber bushing (female) that the body screws go into. Used to hold the plastic to the frame? The other similar part is the female side for body screw. A small folded piece of metal that clips to the frame and has a female screw insert. I seem to loose or destroy a few from time to time and needed a few extra to keep available.

SEARCHING LOCATED THIS: Am I searching for the WELLNUT & TINNERMAN NUT?

Body attachment fasteners

46 63 2 347 012 - Wellnut
46 63 2 351 658 - Panel screws 5 X 10mm
46 63 2 325 998 - Panel screws 5 X 12mm
46 63 2 325 999 - Panel screws 5 X 15mm
52 53 2 308 647 - Tinnerman nut
Yes Dan, the wellnut is the rubber nut and the tinnerman nut is the metal clip nut.

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Re: Trying to locate a few part numbers...

Yeppir, Dan. They be the ones.

Them leetle rubber bushing thangies are a pain to undo, once the threaded insert has been stripped. And all the ones I've seen that were used as a replacement were missing the leetle lightly-captured washer that is embedded in the contact end.

Not sure if you can find these anywhere butt the dealer, butt if you have any difficulty finding what you need, ping me. Good luck.


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Part number for the rubber bushing (female) that the body screws go into. Used to hold the plastic to the frame? The other similar part is the female side for body screw. A small folded piece of metal that clips to the frame and has a female screw insert. I seem to loose or destroy a few from time to time and needed a few extra to keep available.

SEARCHING LOCATED THIS: Am I searching for the WELLNUT & TINNERMAN NUT?

Body attachment fasteners

46 63 2 347 012 - Wellnut
46 63 2 351 658 - Panel screws 5 X 10mm
46 63 2 325 998 - Panel screws 5 X 12mm
46 63 2 325 999 - Panel screws 5 X 15mm
52 53 2 308 647 - Tinnerman nut
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Re: Trying to locate a few part numbers...

Thanks Dick, Probably make a few phone calls Monday and order some of each. Got to install a Fuse Panel and will have all the plastic off as soon as it warms up a little more. I've been putting too many wires on each battery post and it's time to do some re-wiring....

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Re: Trying to locate a few part numbers...

For wellnuts, I have been getting them here;

http://www.desmoparts.com/


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For wellnuts, I have been getting them here;

http://www.desmoparts.com/


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Dan,

Much appreciated.... Great price too! I'll call them Monday and order all that I need. Hope you are feeling better and on the road to recovery ......

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